Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

Parent Posts

Boy working independently
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Tareas de trabajo independiente para lectores de braille principiantes
Two boys doing push-ups in the living room
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Kids at home can stay fit with these exercise cards in braille and print!
A boy holds up his Magic Nuudle design.
Added by Sandy Kenrick
With school closings due to the coronavirus and COVID-19, many parents are scrambling to put something into place at home. While individual circumstances vary greatly, this example is for an academic 5th grader who is deafblind & his sighted brother
A boy reading text on a slant board
Added by Judy Endicott
Tips on using a CVI Overlay with children with cortical visual impairment, Phase III based on the 10 characteristics of CVI, identified by Dr. Christine Roman-Lantzy
Photo cards on black background: help, spoon, syringe, food bowl, diaper
Added by Sharon Elliott
A parent shares her experience of helping her son with cortical visual impairment (CVI) move from using a calendar with real objects to tactile cards with object symbols or partial objects to photographs over the course of 4 years.
Fish cards with braille words
Added by Sandy Kenrick
These braille activities provide additional practice to promote independent braille literacy for students who are blind, low vision or deafblind.
Boy holding braille book of Christmas poems
Added by Sandy Kenrick
This braille book of Christmas poems includes tactile graphics and is a fun way for children who are blind, visually impaired or deafblind to learn more about poetry.
A young boy putting clothes into the washing machine
Added by Tina Kumelj
The parent of a 6-year-old boy in Slovenia shares ideas to help him develop concepts, as well as functional skills by participating in daily household routines.
Boy with a wooden tree Advent calendar
Added by Sandy Kenrick
These wooden Christmas trees have drawers and can be labelled with braille to make accessible Advent calendars for children who are blind, low vision or deafblind, or with multiple disabilities.
A boy checks his work on a braille assignment.
Added by Sandy Kenrick
APH Tactile Editing Marks Kit makes editing accessible to braille students who are blind or visually impaired or deafblind.