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Slate and Stylus Braille Art Design

Create a slate and stylus using braille for a fun activity with your students.

Two green slates and green two styluses

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 slate and stylus braille art design.

Slate and Stylus
*{customize your own message on lines 7 and 8)

Line 5: Space, s, c 37 times, wh

Line 6: Space, l, for 37 times, s

Line 7: Space, l, *(for 4 times, s, l, a, t, e, for 28 times), l

Line 8: Space, l, *(for 37 times), l

Line 9: Space, l, for 37 times, gh

Line 10: Space, gh, hyphen 37 times, ar

Line 11-12 skip

Line 13: Space 4 times, with, for, of

Line 14: Space 4 times, for 3 times, his

Line 15: Space 4 times, for 4 times, x 9 times, o

Line 16: Space 4 times, for 3 times, f

Line 17: Space 4 times, er, for, q

Print out version of instructions can be found here

A slate and stylus made from braille

Purchase your own slate and stylus here

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