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Teach kids about the beginnings of the Braille writing system with a instructional activity about Louis Braille. A series of discussion questions guide young readers though A Picture Book of Louis Braille by David A. Adler, and once they...
Students determine the workings of the Braille alphabet and how people with visual impairments learn how to use it. In this Braille lesson, students study the associated vocabulary, read about Helen Keller, and complete associated...
As part of its Moment of Vision series, TEDEd provides a brief video that explains how the braille language system was first developed to send coded messages during wartime.
Who was Louis Braille, and what was his famous invention? Read this passage with your French classes to explore an early French inventor. After completing the two-page reading, learners answer multiple-choice questions and a series of...
Intended to build an understanding of Braille in a general education classroom. They read the book Helen Keller then write their names using a braille website. Many interesting web links are included. Could be used for a general or...
Students examine braille and raised letters. For this communicating lesson, students try both types of writing and decide which one they would use if they were to become blind. Students do a written evaluation based on their experience...
Read and discuss the book A Picture Book of Louis Braille as it relates to communication, Helen Keller, and advocating for disabled individuals. Learners identify what an advocate is and explain how Helen Keller communicated. They...
With a stylus and this activity sheet, your visually impaired or sighted learners can learn to braille full sentences. The worksheet provides several spaces full of empty braille dots. You give the words, and the kids color or emboss the...
It's not just a worksheet, it's an opportunity to invite sighted learners to understand how braille works. Intended to introduce children to the wonders of braille, this worksheet requires them to label six simple objects by coloring in...
In this world Braille day worksheet, students read or listen to a passage about Louis Braille, then match phrases, fill in the blanks, choose the correct words, unscramble words and sentences, put sentences in order, write discussion...
Introduce the wonders of braille to your sighted or low-vision learners. They can use this braille alphabet card to practice reading or writing in braille. This is a great resource if you have a partially sighted child in your general...
In this social studies worksheet, students investigate the Braille alphabet as a means of reading for the blind. Students study the Braille alphabet chart and read the information. Students translate 7 words into Braille and write a...
Students study Louis Braille and the history of the Braille alphabet. They participate in an activity using the sense of touch to determine how the Braille alphabet works.
In this Braille number worksheet, students write Braille numbers in standard form, expanded form and written form. Students are given a Braille chart for reference.
Teaching a child with low or no vision how to read is the same as teaching a sighted child how to read — it all starts with letter recognition. This is a simple way to provide your learners with an opportunity to practice reading and...
Students advocate for people with disabilities. In this Helen Keller lesson, students listen to the story A Picture Book of Helen Keller by David A Adler. Students discuss how Helen Keller learned to communicate and became an advocate...
Students spell words in braille and learn how to use braille to punch out their names. In this braille lesson plan, students discuss what life would be like for a visually impaired person.
Students recognize the letters a and b from a full braille cell. In this braille letter recognition lesson, students master the first two letters of the braille alphabet. Students take home a practice sheet.
What is the world like when you can't see, or when your vision is impaired? Learn about how Lisa communicates with the world around her with Taking Visual Impairment to School by Rita Whitman Steingold. Learners answer discussion...
Fill in the blank to finish each sentence, that's what the class is going to do. However, there is a twist, this is a fill-in activity for low sighted children. First, you'll need to use a stylus to emboss the braille words, then the...
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