Braille Alphabet Strips

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  • I think the braille is mirrored on the wrong side, so the dot for a the 'a' should be on the top right? I could be wrong but just comparing to another alphabet sheet I have

    , Oct 4th
    • Hello again :) Would it be possible to send us through a picture of the braille alphabet you already have to info@twinkl.co.uk? I hope you are having a lovely day so far :)

      , Oct 4th
  • to learn braille

    , Dec 15th
  • I work in a school which has two blind students. As way of helping others to understand the basic concept of braille I am going to print the key words in braille format and give each child a copy of the alphabet. Many thanks for an excellent resource!

    , May 9th
Braille Alphabet Strips

Braille Alphabet Strips - A lovely set of themed alphabet strips featuring the Braille alphabet. An absolute essential for aiding a variety of Braille writing and reading activities. Also available in editable, enabling you to write your own personal message!
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