Braille Alphabet Cards

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Afb Braille Alphabet Card

The AFB Braille Alphabet Card is a braille alphabet card designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The card is embossed with the braille alphabet and braille numbers, and includes an explanation of braille and a short history of its development. DIMENSIONS (HxW): 9x 4 inches.

Alphabet & Numeral Cards (Model 23-70001-3)

Alphabet & Numeral Cards, model 23-7001-3, are braille alphabet cards showing each English letter and numeral with its corresponding braille character. Each card has a blank space at the bottom for printing an organization or company name. DIMENSIONS: 3.5 x 1 inches.

Braille Alphabet And Number Card (Model 1-04020-00)

The Braille Alphabet and Number Card, model 1-04020-00, is a braille alphabet and number card designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This card can be used to increase the awareness of braille among print readers. It presents the alphabet, numbers, and selected punctuation signs in braille and in regular type. A simple sentence in Grade 1 braille is included to allow for translation practice.

Braille Alphabet Cards

Braille Alphabet Cards are designed for use with individuals who are blind or have low vision. Each card shows the alphabet and numbers in standard print and Braille. The cards come in a package of 100.

Braille Bug Alphabet Card

The Braille Bug Alphabet Card is a braille alphabet card designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. This colorful card is designed to help teach the braille alphabet. It is embossed with the braille alphabet, numbers, and commonly used punctuation. The reverse features a brief description of braille and how it is used. DIMENSIONS (HxW): 9 x 3 inches.

Braille Matching Test

DO IT YOURSELF PURPOSE: To provide blind students taking a Braille matching test with a method of indicating when an answer has been used. Transcribe the question and answer columns of a matching test double-spaced on the same page or, if the questions are long, on two separate pages. Beginning at the right side of the page, cut a horizontal line from the end to the beginning of each answer just below the Braille. As each student uses an answer, he/she folds it back under the paper leaving a ga

Parent Category: Braille Training
 
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