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Core Curriculum forms the basis that students need to be college- and career-ready. Everyone should have access to educational resources regardless of ability, level of education, or skill. That’s why APH offers a variety of accessible educational resources to help students continue on their journey of lifelong learning.

Young girl discovering textures on tactile toys

STEM (Science, Technology,
Engineering, and Math)

The world of STEM job opportunities continues to grow. APH’s accessible learning tools help make these opportunities become realities for students who are blind and visually impaired.

Student using the balance to measure the mass of an item with standard mass pieces.

Adapted Science Materials Kit

Bring out your students' inner scientist with the Adapted Science Materials Kit!

Tactile Five and Ten Frames

These graphic organizers help young students visualize sets of five and ten, thus helping to develop subitizing skills – the...

KeyMath-3 Braille Student Kit, Contracted Edition

Aligned with the NCTM standards, the KeyMath™3 Braille Student Kit diagnostic assessment measures essential mathematical concepts and skills for students in grades Pre-K through ninth. Note: The Teachers Guides are...

English and Language Arts

Reading, writing, and verbal communication make up a powerful skill set for students. When mastered, these skills can become the catalyst for a life filled with rich and meaningful experiences.

I-M-ABLE Kit

The I-M-ABLE book and accompanying kit materials are designed to motivate, engage, and reward children who are candidates for braille...

Front view of Braille Buzz

BrailleBuzz

Promote early literacy skills and encourage young learners to practice braille characters and phonics.

Social Studies

With these accessible social studies products, students will be ready to express themselves and actively participate in an ever-changing world.

Tactile World Globe on wooden stand

Tactile World Globe

Touch the World…literally!

US Puzzle Map Components

U.S. Puzzle Map

This take-apart political/topographical map of the United States has features to help make learning fun for all students! Note: This product has been discontinued. Orders will be fulfilled until inventory...

World At Your Fingers map has green land area and white for water areas

World at Your Fingers

This comprehensive set of tactile world maps provides an excellent opportunity for developing map-reading skills.

Fine Arts

Teaching students how to create and appreciate artistic works helps them develop useful skills in critical thinking, attention to detail, and self-reflection, and exposes them to aspects of the world they may not experience otherwise.

Tactile Graphics Drawing Kit

Tactile Graphics Kit

This kit is an extensive set of tools and materials that allows teachers, transcribers, and mobility instructors to create custom raised-line maps, graphs, diagrams, and charts.

Spiral bound Paint by Number Safari: Under the Sea UEB

Paint by Number Safari™ – Under the Sea

Introduce basic principles of art, nature, and the colors of the sea to your beginning and intermediate artists.

TactileDoodle

Use TactileDoodle and quickly generate tactile, raised-line graphics to convey a variety of concepts or art within the classroom or...

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Holy Moly book with an interactive hole in the middle of the page.

An Rx for Literacy: Tactile Books from APH

Far from being a well-kept secret, reading aloud has long been considered key to helping young children become readers and...

A sample of the contents of the kit including book, tray, binder, felt board, and velcro braille syllables

Building Your Language Arts Toolkit

Language Arts is a foundational class for all students because it teaches essential skills such as reading, writing, speaking, and...

The book is opened to show two pages. On the left-hand page in large pink text reads, “Heehaw! Heehaw!.” Underneath that in large text reads, ““What bad manners! That’s MY tail!” says the zebra!” Under each line of large print text is the braille translation. On the right-hand page is a white and black striped zebra on top of a peach and pink background. The zebra’s tail is made from rope and a small white brush.

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...