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LEGO® Braille Bricks: A Fun Way to Reinforce Braille Skills

They’re here! APH is excited to be an official partner, responsible for distributing LEGO®Braille Bricks to students in the United...

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Be the Boss of Your Embosser

We know getting the braille you need quickly is important for success in the classroom, but it’s not always easy...

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Meet the Pods

Tell a story, conduct a song, or tell a joke – Code Jumper is an accessible way to teach coding...

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When Going to School Isn’t an Option, Teachers and Parents Get Creative

You’d never know by talking to him that Nick Hadfield thinks teaching from home while parenting can be a test...

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How to Find the Silver Linings, Even in a Pandemic

After Meghan and Tyler Stott’s daughter, Kaitlin, was born in 2009 with albinism, she was fortunate to have the services...

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Five Thousand Miles. One Month. Four Million Children Who Are Visually Impaired.

Photo Credit: Northwest Association for Blind Athletes, Camp Spark Program Vinicious (Vinny) tosses a ball and listens for it to...

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Study STEM with Music

Non-visual Audio-based Learning With Studytracks Recognizing the ease with which students learn song lyrics, the developers of Studytracks present standards-based...

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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...

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Board Game Adaptations at Your Fingertips!

Most board games rely solely or partially on colors for game play. But did you know that there are several...

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Peanut Butter and Jelly Challenge

Yogi Bear loved his picnic baskets. Why not have a picnic with peanut butter and jelly sandwiches made by your...

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The Science of Smell

The National Science Teaching Association provides resources for science teachers at all educational levels (K-12). Since the advent of distance...

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Tame Your Mane with Braille Beads

OMH! (Oh My Hair!) Does social distancing have you longing for, desperately missing your hairstylist? APH has two fun and...

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Exploring Experiments at “The Science Fair”

Appropriate for ages: Kindergarten through 2nd grade This activity includes a story about kindergarten students learning about fifth-grade science projects...

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A Tune for National Train Day!

Did you know that there are fun and silly holidays every day of the year? May 9, 2020, is National...

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Tangle Toy Art

Is the rain putting a damper on your sidewalk art? Never fear, Tangle Toy is here! Create art inside on...

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