Skip to content

Sea Turtle Braille Art Design

Create a sea turtle using braille by following these simple instructions.

A sea turtle swimming in the ocean.

Braille art is a fun way to promote braille literacy, create accessible greeting cards, and motivate students who are blind or visually impaired.

See below for instructions to create a sea turtle braille art design.

Line 6: Space 11 times, was, with, for 5 times, of, his

Line 7: Space 10 times, was, for 9 times, his, space 7 times, was, with, for, of, his

Line 8: Space 9 times, with, for 11 times, of, space 5 times, with, for 3 times, x, for, of

Line 9: Space 8 times, with, for 13 times, of, space 4 times, for 7 times

Line 10: Space 7 times, with, for 15 times, of, space 3 times, er, for 3 times, gg, ff

Line 11: Space 2 times, dot 2, ow, x 2 times, with, for 17 times, of, gg 2 times, with, for, q, f

Line 12: Space 8 times, with, for 2 times, of, space 7 times, with, for 2 times, of

Line 13: Space 7 times, dots 45, for 2 times, q, space 7 times, dots 45, for 2 times, q

Print out version of instructions can be found here

Sea turtle design made out of braille
Braille Art: Sea Turtle Pin
Marlyland Regional Braille Challenge logo 2024 stating: We build or future with braille.

Maryland School for the Blind is Where You Build Your Future With Braille!

A piece of paper with three music notes on it and the words "Dear Amber, Welcome back! From Chloe" written in print and in braille.

Using Accessible Greeting Cards to Support Braille Literacy and Orientation & Mobility

IEP Bank: VI Goals and Objectives

IEP Bank: VI Goals and Objectives