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Braille Worksheets - braille worksheets, braille, alphabet, dots, blind, worksheet, sheet, work, activity, Louis Braille, visually impaired
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  • We are using it for our IPC work. Sight and phse people with sight disabilities

    , May 28th
  • I will be using this worksheet to offer a spelling/vocabulary free choice item for an 8th grade physical science class.

    , Mar 21st
  • great

    , Feb 11th
  • Teaching my homeshooled daughter about Helen Keller - sign language and braille

    , Oct 30th
  • Helping a partially sighted child

    , Sep 10th
  • home ed resource

    , Sep 2nd
  • As part of disability awareness

    , Aug 24th
  • Teaching Louis Braille KS1 class

    , May 30th
  • Teaching pupils about 'Celebrating Differences'. Looking at different disabilities chosen by the children.

    , May 5th
  • Teaching a project on Louis Braille and Helen Keller. I reversed the worksheet, and had the children dot out their names with a blunt pencil (tissue paper under the paper). This way they managed to write their own name in Braille and the whole subject became alive.

    , Apr 26th
  • To develop a EAL students understanding of Braille.

    , Jan 7th
  • I am an instructor in a health care program. I like my students to understand what it would feel like to be deaf/hearing impaired. I believes it gives them alot mor compassion towards them

    , Oct 14th
  • Work-shopping with parents of blind children aged 18 months to 5 years, teaching Braille Basics, so that the families feel confident in supporting the literacy journey of their children.

    , Sep 23rd
  • Great for my Girl Scouts for our "senses" badge! Thank you!

    , Feb 25th
A lovely set of worksheets supporting your work on the Braille Alphabet.
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