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My Name in Braille is name cards in large scale Braille. Braille is made of a cell with 6 dots. When written in different combinations, these dots can form everything that you read and write in print. I always love to introduce I love to introduce Braille to my students who are visually impaired as
Just download, print and add braille to this simple name game activity to help kids recognize their own names. Kids match up their alphabet tile cards to form a copy of their name on the sheet! You could easily make one for the entire class! Practice letters of alphabet recognition, building names
This product is a great activity to go with any unit on Braille or disabilities. All you need is a copy of the Braille alphabet, some glue, and some little round gems from your local craft store. This product includes a template for a teacher model, as well as templates for students with 3, 4, 5,
Use the braille key and student sheet to have students "write" their names in braille using split peas. Hint: Have students shade their names with pencil where they will put the split peas so you can check it before they glue. Don't forget to start with a capital letter first.
Grades:
1st - 6th
My Name in Braille is name cards in large scale Braille. Braille is made of a cell with 6 dots. When written in different combinations, these dots can form everything that you read and write in print. I always love to introduce I love to introduce Braille to my students who are visually impaired as
Students write their name using the Braille alphabet in a fun art project.
I created this for my students who had a really intense interest in learning Braille after seeing one of my students produce braille! This resource includes:Alphabet reference stripsAlphabet task cardsFour pages of "write your own" word work (spelling words, vocab words, animals, colors)Four pages o
Interactive adaptive books are great for emerging readers, students with limited reading abilities as well as for students with Autism, Intellectual disabilities and/or for students with low vision as the pictures are large, clear, and bright. In this set, you get interactive math books. Book 1 is
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
First Grade Math Bundle - “Operations and Algebraic Thinking” with BrailleCommon Core Standards - For Students with BlindnessStudents with blindness may require: braille or tactile learning or the use of a computer, counting items, tennis balls and muffin pans. Braille letters, numbers and function
Enhanced for students with Blindness : tactile and audio prompts applied.Students with blindness use a combination of vision with their other senses to learn, and they may require adaptations in lighting or the print size, and, in some cases, braille. Here is a link for teaching strategies for stude
Accessibility suggestions: Geometry modified for students with blindness: tactile, auditory, and Nemeth Code prompts applied. Here is a link to teaching strategies: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/VI-Visual-Impairment-or-Blindness-Teaching-Strategies-142576 To save ink and paper, applica
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This product includes 30 Braille Code worksheets. Students can practice and review spelling words for each story throughout the year. Included in this product are two options for spelling lists. You may choose to use the activities with 12 words or 16 words (with 2 review and 2 challenge words).Clic
This educational resource pack includes: Grades 3 - 8 Biographies of International Human Rights Leaders For Beginner Students with Blindness and their instructors who are learning braille: Here is a link for teaching strategies for students with Blindness: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product
Students with blindness may require: braille or tactile learning or the use of a computer, braille rulers, tennis balls and muffin pans. Braille letters, numbers and function signs are introduced.   Here is a link for teaching strategies for students with Blindness or Visual Impairments: https://www
Students with blindness may require braille or tactile learning or the use of a computer with voice synthesizer.       Here is a link for teaching strategies for students with Blindness:https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/VI-Visual-Impairment-or-Blindness-Teaching-Strategies-142576</a>
This unit integrates Mother Goose's "3 Blind Mice" to teach young children about the 5 senses, science, math, disabilities, Braille and Helen Keller. It includes hands-on activities to help children understand how their 5 senses workHere's what you'll get:SCIENCE: An introduction to the 5 senses, wh
Grades:
PreK - 1st
Geometry for students with Blindness modified with: auditory, tactile and Nemeth Code prompts. Students may require braille or tactile learning or the use of a computer with voice synthesizer. Visually impaired will also require enlarged print. Here is a link for teaching strategies for students wi
This product includes 30 spelling activities. Students can practice and review spelling words for each story throughout the year. Click here to see all of our 4th Grade Reading Street products! Scott Foresman's 4th Grade Reading Street Common Core 2013 Edition Unit 1 – Because of Winn-Dixie, Lewis
Enhanced for students with Blindness: tactile and audio prompts applied. Students with blindness use a combination of vision with their other senses to learn, and they may require adaptations in lighting or the print size, and, in some cases, braille. Accessibility suggestions: Go to your device “Se
Grades K-2 - Guided Reading Series - Level AThis educational resource pack includes: an informational text on identifying and mixing colors. Blind students will learn that colors exist and describe various objects and living things. Enhanced for students with Blindness : tactile and audio prompts ap
Students with blindness are given Braille numbers, words and images regarding "Counting 1 - 100" based on common core standards.These worksheets are designed for students with Blindness modified with: auditory, tactile and Braille prompts. Students may require braille or tactile learning or the use
Theme: Cookie BrailleThis product is a file folder game for low vision students who are beginning to learn the braille code. This file folder game will help reinforce the instruction and solidify the contractions: mother, father, right, time, lord, some, day, part, name, know, young and here.You may
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Not Grade Specific
Theme: Spaghetti BrailleThis product is a file folder game for low vision students who are beginning to learn the braille code. This file folder game will help reinforce the instruction and solidify the contractions: mother, father, right, time, lord, some, day, part, name, know, young and here.You
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Have fun practicing sight words with Braille! This packet includes:48 Sight words included: mom, so, off, we, it, out, for, be, all, my, how, to, the, he, are, at, now, up, she, at, was, me, get, am, and, no, see, on, down, I, do, an, is, have, in, a, look, help, will, good, said, play, one, what, w

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