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Exercise Cards in Braille and Print

Kids at home can stay fit with these exercise cards in braille and print!

I am the mother of two boys: Liam, Deafblind, age 10, and Finn, typical vision and hearing, age 7.  We are starting week five of work/school at home, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.   I created these exercise cards for the days we are not able to get outside because of weather. The boys take turns picking a card and we all do the exercise on the card together.  They love them!  We have been adding more cards as we go along too.  

Two boys reading exercise cards in print and braille Two boys jumping

Here are some of the examples of cards we have made:

  • 2 crab walks in the hallway
  • Walk on all of the stairs one time
  • 10 push-ups
  • 10 Burpees 
  • 10 quiet jumps
  • 20 jumping jacks
  • To bear walks in the hallway
  • 10 squats
  • 20 high knees
  • 10 mountain climbers
  • Touch all of the doors in the house
  • 10 sit down and stand ups 

Exercise cards in print and braille

Crab walk cards in print and braille

Stay safe everyone!

In this together. 

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