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Sock Sort Relay

Skills to work on for this lesson: Gross Motor Fine Motor O&M Math (comparing size, length, and numbers) PE Get...

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#AtHomeWithAPH Webinars

It’s our priority to create access to the information you need to keep learning and working during this time of...

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Sharpen your Typing Skills with Typer

You may have noticed the growing number of accessible web-based applications APH has been developing. For example, last year, we...

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DIY Tactile Easter Art

Keep your home-bound learners hopping toward Easter by making tactile drawings for children to color or paint. Materials Needed: 3-D...

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#AtHomeWithAPH Resources

We’re all familiar with the effects that social distancing, self-quarantine, and canceled classes are having on our day to day...

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Fun on the Go With Flip-Over FACES App!

FACE IT…Your child is probably getting bored at home after several weeks of being away from school and classmates. For...

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Learning Through Games at Home

Is your child just beginning to use symbols (late sensorimotor and early preoperational stage of cognitive development)? Use these SAM...

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Accessible Tools for Working from Home

Working from home (WFH) was once something that was a small possibility for some of us, maybe someday; but right...

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1+1=Math Fun!

Looking for a great tool to help your child build their math skills? APH’s Nemeth and UEB Math Tutorials could...

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Change Makers Podcast

American Printing House has a big goal: a future that belongs to everyone. For more than 160 years APH has...

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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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Halloween Fun for Everyone

Halloween is here, and it’s time for trick-or-treating and other fun fall activities! Here are some tips for how to...

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APH Guidelines for Print Document Design

Originally published August 2011 J. Elaine Kitchel Low Vision Project Leader American Printing House for the Blind The American Printing...

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The M. C. Migel Library: Promoting Research and Education About the History of People Who are Blind or Visually Impaired

From manuscripts to published fiction, the APH Migel Library contains one of the largest known collections of non-medical materials related...

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The Braille You Need – FAST!

It takes time to transcribe and emboss a book – but we know there are times you need braille right...

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