Help kids shape their understanding of the world.
Shapes can be difficult to understand through explanation alone. For many children who are blind or visually impaired, the best way to help them understand the world around them is through hands-on learning. They need to feel the difference between a circle and a square. Tactile literacy is key to reading braille, understanding graphs, and eventually having a firm grasp on advanced geometry. This is one of fundamental building blocks for a journey of lifelong education, and APH has developed a number of tools to promote tactile literacy.