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LDQR Literacy Products for Young Learners

Get in touch with literacy through tactile books and games produced for APH by the French tactile book publisher, Les...

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Games to Support Braille Literacy

Learning braille can be fun for all students. Reinforce braille letter recognition and teach vocabulary words with the following games...

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Meet APH Scholar Stacey Chambers

APH is proud to recognize Stacey Chambers, nominated by Ex Officio Trustee (EOT), Emily Coleman, as one of our 2022-2023...

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Tips for Classroom Accommodations

by Jeff Schwartz and Leslie Weilbacher, APH Outreach Specialists The end of the school year is quickly approaching, and for...

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Eat All the Colors of the Rainbow with MyPlate

We all know it’s important to eat healthily, but we also know following through can be tricky, especially when there...

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Making a Difference with the National Prison Braille Network

Did you know that many braille textbooks for students K-12 are produced in prisons across the United States? Since 2002,...

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Songs to Celebrate Braille Literacy

Let’s make some noise for braille literacy with sing-a-longs that raise awareness about braille! Family members make great band members...

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What Does Health Education Mean to You?

Remember your health education classes in middle and high school? For many of us, they evoked a combination of curiosity...

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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...

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Reimagining The Caterpillar Book

APH is on a mission to modernize the storybooks in our On the Way to Literacy (OTWL) series, which was...

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Making Graphics for PixBlaster and PageBlaster

Tactile graphics are an important tool in the tactile literacy toolkit, and there’s so much to them that it’s hard...

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APH Behind the Scenes: How Tactile Graphics are Made

Tactile graphics make visual concepts accessible by providing tactile representations of maps, diagrams, and graphs to people who are blind...

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An Inside Look at the TGIL

The Tactile Graphics Image Library (TGIL) is a free online resource that puts tactile graphics at your fingertips. Teachers, students,...

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Take the Challenge: How the Braille Challenge Promotes Literacy

In honor of Braille Literacy Month in January, we wanted to highlight a contest that encourages all students to show...

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Learning to Recognize Animals with Animal Recipes!

Teaching salient features of animals can be tricky, especially when students have no prior experience with the animal. The Animal...

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