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If you are introducing or discussing Louis Braille and the development of his reading system for the blind, this craft activity lends an excellent hands-on opportunity for students to further understand the system through a tactile and fine motor activity by creating their own replica of Braille letters. (Differentiation options include creating first names only, first and last names, initials, or the entire alphabet.)
Note: This is a very fine motor skill focused activity.
This purchase includes:
• reference sheet of Braille alphabet
You will need the following additional materials:
• glue sticks
• heavy weight paper or index cards
• tactile material: puffy paint, beads, or rhinestone stickers.
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