This Daily Journal lesson plan also includes:
Keeping a daily journal is fun. It builds strong writing skills and provides an expressive outlet. For children with visual impairments, it's even more important. It provides a way for them to connect written word with real events, which can increase overall literary understanding. Kids of any age use a brailler, braille note-taker, or pen and paper to write what happened the day before. They take time each week to share their thoughts with the group.