Braille Uno is a tactile card game designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. These cards are standard Uno cards that have Braille markings so that the game can be played by individuals who are blind, have low vision, or are sighted.
DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY" ----- PURPOSE: To assist individuals with low vision or blindness in learning to read Braille. A version of "Old Maid," the cards, created on index cards, have animals' names written on them in Braille and print. One card has a fuzzy-textured red or other brigh color circle on it and is the "Monkey's Uncle." All of the cards are dealt face down among at least three players. Players remove and set aside any pairs in their hands. The player to the left of the dealer draws a c
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Allows those who are blind participate in playing various card games. Two decks of cards are used to modify one set--a hole punch is utilized to provide card variations and the extra set of cards covers the punched holes. COMMENTS: By using varying punched holes, the blind user can play the game without giving away their hand of cards.
Quick Pick Counting, model 1-03574-00, is a tactile educational game designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision or cognitive disabilities. This game teaches children to count to 12 with raised-line symbols and to read braille numbers. There are 50 one-sided game cards and two direction cards in the set. The student counts the tactile symbols and then reads the correct braille number. The raised-line symbols are embossed only; the number answers are in large print and braille.