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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.

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.

Touch, Label, and Learn Poster: Human Skeleton (Anterior View)

A versatile tactile/visual learning tool for assessing students’ understanding of the human skeleton.

EZeeCOUNT Abacus

Specially designed with two-textured beads and a large frame to accommodate needs of students who are blind and visually impaired.

DNA Twist

Learn about the structure of the DNA molecule with this accessible DNA model.

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.

Word PlayHouse

Manipulate Braille/print tiles on a felt board to make words and teach phonics and reading skills.

Building on Patterns: Primary Braille Literacy Program: First Grade: Unit 1 Student Kit – UEB

Building on Patterns (BOP) is a complete primary literacy program designed to teach beginning braille users all language arts -- reading, writing, and spelling. Unit 1 Student Worksheets now...

Braille Buzz

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

Touch the World…literally!

U.S. Puzzle Map

This take-apart political/topographical map of the United States has features to help make learning fun for all students!

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 Compass for Math and Art

This assistive tool enables students who are visually impaired to draw tactile circles for their math and art classes.

Paint by Number Safari – Tropical Rainforest UEB

Learn about art, nature, and real world colors with Paint by Number Safari coloring series!

Tactile Graphic Line Slate

This one-of-a-kind slate helps you create raised lines for tactile graphics onto various media (braille paper, vinyl, foil, and drawing film).

Business and Vocational

Meaningful employment isn’t just a paycheck — it’s a source of recreation, social interaction, and independence. A strong foundation of business and vocational skills can create endless employment and career possibilities.

Prevocational Skills Development Materials Kit

This kit helps develop manipulative skills, such as matching, sorting, counting, assembling, and packaging.

Small Work-Play Tray, Black 17 x 11.75 Inches

These handy trays are useful in a variety of situations.

FoldRite: Letter Folding Tool

Made of durable plastic, designed to make folding 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper a snap.

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