Skip to main menu Skip to main content

IMPORTANT SHIPPING UPDATE: Due to high order volume, please allow 5-7 days for shipping on in-stock items.

The APH Museum is open for tours. We are following the CDC’s recommendation and require face masks to be worn at all times for guests aged 3+.

Close

Universal Design From the Start

May 20 is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). As a person who identifies as blind, I am an advocate for...

Read more

Play-Based Reach & Match Supports School Readiness, Core Curriculum, and ECC

Barbara Peterson, APH Scholar and vision consultant for the Montana School for the Deaf and Blind, believes the Reach &...

Read more

A Thank-You to Teachers

In honor of National Teacher Appreciation Week, Donna McClure Rogers shared her experiences as a former TVI and current Early...

Read more

Preparing for Next Year – A TVI Checklist

As an itinerant TVI, the end of the school year always feels like a whirlwind with state testing, end-of-year events,...

Read more

The Teacher as North Star

May is Teacher Appreciation Month in the U.S., but here in the museum at the American Printing House for the...

Read more

Mapheads

I’ve been a maphead all my life. When I was a kid, I drew maps in crayon of the various...

Read more

Virtual ExCEL Summer Camp

You’re Invited! Is your child ready to have some summer camp fun? We know large gatherings, including summer sports and...

Read more

We Don’t Need Another Hero

For the past three years I have been thinking a lot about heroes and heroism. Museums, as institutions that preserve...

Read more

Splash Into Summer with Sports Camps

Photos compliments of S.E.E. Camp, North Carolina It’s that time again. Time to sign up for summer camp! Camps are...

Read more