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Congratulations to the 2021 APH-Papano Scholarship Recipients

The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021 APH-Papano Scholarship: Joel...

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APH’s Road to Code

A thread of possibilities, including career opportunities in the ever-expanding computer science field, will unravel as students learn to code....

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Building Your Science, Health, Technology, and Engineering Toolkit

From biology to anatomy to engineering, we have a variety of products and resources to supplement your students’ education. Check...

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Coding With Mantis Q40

The Mantis Q40, with its combination of 40 braille cells and a QWERTY keyboard, is the perfect companion for learning...

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Free National Coding Symposium for Students

Together, APH ConnectCenter and California School for the Blind (CSB) will co-host the free, virtual National Coding Symposium from Tuesday,...

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Celebrate Computer Science Education Week

Get excited!  The week of December 7th-13th 2020 is Computer Science Education Week, #CSEdWeek, and we want to celebrate with...

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Egg Drop Activity

The Sky Is Falling! Just Kidding! That’s our eggs falling from great heights! We are seeing how high we can...

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Not a Natural Disaster!

We’ve heard of natural disasters, but can you think of a disaster that people have caused? If you thought of...

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Catapult Launch!

Potential or Kinetic?  You tell us! Energy is all around us in one form or another.  Today we will discuss...

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Building a Tower

Are you an aspiring architect? Could you create the next feat of engineering?  We are going to test your skills...

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Meet the Pods

Tell a story, conduct a song, or tell a joke – Code Jumper is an accessible way to teach coding...

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Exploring Experiments at “The Science Fair”

Appropriate for ages: Kindergarten through 2nd grade This activity includes a story about kindergarten students learning about fifth-grade science projects...

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Balloon Lung Activity

Appropriate for Elementary School students Let’s learn about our extraordinary lungs! You can simulate the action of the lungs with...

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Strawberry Science: A DNA Experiment

Appropriate for middle and high school students. Parent/teacher supervision is required. As many of you know, DNA is the substance...

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Free and Fun Fraction App!

Being away from school and teachers doesn’t mean your child’s math skills have to get rusty. You can help your...

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