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A Mother’s Dedication

I will never be able to thank my Mom enough for learning braille. She knew braille before I did. When I was something like three years old she started taking...

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Stevie Wonder’s Trail to Braille

This is part of our series on the importance of braille literacy. We asked braille readers about their introduction to the braille system and how braille has changed their...

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Dave’s Trail to Braille

This is part of our series on the importance of braille literacy. We asked braille readers about their introduction to the braille system and how braille has changed their...

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Jessica’s Trail to Braille

This is part of our series on the importance of braille literacy. We asked braille readers about their introduction to the braille system and how braille has changed their...

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Introducing Building on Patterns Prekindergarten

Every child deserves the opportunity to read. That is the core belief behind Building on Patterns (BOP), a comprehensive program designed to teach children to read and write while...

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Introducing BrailleBuzz!

BrailleBuzz is a fun new way to get children involved in forming early literacy skills. This instructional toy resembles a cartoon bumblebee and has honey comb shaped buttons with...

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BrailleBuzz: An Interactive Braille Learning Experience

by Jessica Minneci Bzzz! Give your child a jump start on learning braille with BrailleBuzz! Shaped like a cartoon bumblebee, this interactive braille keyboard toy with yellow honeycomb shaped...

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Have you met the littlest pumpkin in the pumpkin patch?

Just in time for Halloween, we have a new tactile and auditory experience for you! You can now read the story of “The Littlest Pumpkin” with fun audio effects....

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The Tactile and CVI Book Builder Kits

For a typically sighted child who is not yet a reader, visual illustrations offer an important bridge to “making meaning” out of the story, helping him/her take a more...

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