Sources of Free Braille Books for Children Who Are Blind or Visually ...

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Sep 16, 2016 ... This braille literacy program from the Braille Institute provides children's books free of charge. Any child in the United States or Canada who is ... PATHS TO LITERACYfor students who are blind or visually impaired Print Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Email There are a number of different sources of free braille books available in the United States and Canada.  In addition to the list below, there are numerous libraries and other sources through teachers of students with visual impairments or related organizations.  Check with the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) or with your state library for the blind. For tips on introducing tactile books to infants, toddlers, and young children, see: Tactile Books for Young Children by Dr. Holly Cooper. American Action Fund for Blind Children This program provides children who are blind with a free braille book every month from a popular children’s reading series.  Click here to fill out the online application. Braille Institute:  Braille Special Collection This braille literacy program from the Braille Institute provides children's books free of charge.  Any child in the United States or Canada who is visually impaired is eligible to receive up to 12 free books per year from the Special Collection. VI teachers or educators may also subscribe to our Special Collection. Braille Tales Print/Braille Book Program This program is a partnership between APH (American Printing House for the Blind) and Dolly Parton's Imagination Library.  Participating families receive six free print/braille books per year up to the child’s 6th birthday. To be eligible for the program:



Braille Books Program | American Action Fund for Blind Children ...

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The Braille Books Program provides blind children a free Braille book every month from a popular children's reading series. Since 1997, more than 318 titles  ... (410) 659-9315actionfund@actionfund.org ABOUT PROGRAMS RESOURCES Donate Now The Braille Books Program provides blind children a free Braille book every month from a popular children's reading series. Since 1997, more than 318 titles from popular children's reading series have been distributed to thousands of blind children. Last year, the program provided more than 45,000 Braille books to blind children and classrooms across the country. Through the Braille Books Program, blind children can discuss the newest book or magazine with their classmates and build their very own collection of books from popular children's reading series, just like their sighted friends.  THIS YEAR'S BOOKS: MY WEIRDER SCHOOL Every year, we break new ground by offering fresh and interesting titles and series that are sometimes overlooked in the Braille community. Starting January 2020, we began distributing UEB Braille copies of My Weirder School, written by Dan Gutman and illustrated by Jim Paillot. Read the 2020 press release. Born in New Jersey, Dan Gutman spent his early writing career writing sports books, but he decided he wanted to write children's books and we are glad that he did. His first children's book was Honus & Me. Dan has won many awards for his writing including the Sasquatch Award and the Keystone to Reading Book Award. In My Weirder School, the students and teachers at Ella Mentry School are crazier than ever. There is a new student in Mr. Granite's class named A.J. and he causes quite a commotion. There's also a history teacher who has built a time machine. Every class day is zany antics and insane teachers. We think you will fall in love with this wonderful series of books!




Where to Get Braille | American Foundation for the Blind ***** Sources of Braille Children's Books and Magazines. Encouraging ... Teen Time is published 8 times a year and contains religious stories for young adults.

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Home Blindness and Low Vision Braille Resources for Teachers of Braille Sources of Braille Children's Books and Magazines Encouraging children to read for pleasure, and thereby improving their skills is a challenge for parents and teachers whether the medium is print or braille. Of course, providing reading material that is interesting to the child is an excellent incentive. Here is a list of sources for borrowing or purchasing braille and print/braille children’s books and magazines in the United States. Please contact individual organizations for detailed information on products and/or prices. The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) Offers a wide variety of braille books on loan. Call your regional library or call NLS at 1-800-424-8567 for more information and an application. NLS has also compiled a directory, available free of charge in large print and braille formats, which gives the names of volunteer groups and individuals who transcribe and record books and other reading materials for blind readers. The listing is alphabetical by state. Kenneth Jernigan Library for Blind Children, American Action Fund for Blind Children and Adults Maintains a lending library of print/braille books as well as braille books for K–1 up to 12th grade reading and interest level. Books are mailed to the child’s home and also to schools. Contact the American Action Fund for Blind Children and Adults in writing for an application. Offer a free braille calendar, as well as a weekly newspaper for deafblind individuals. All services are free.


Seedlings Braille Books for Children

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Information About Braille. Photo of child reading a Seedlings book. Braille Bug: a site designed by The American Foundation for the Blind to teach sighted children  ... For Email Marketing you can trust. Information About Eye Conditions and Vision Other Sources of Braille Materials for Children Helpful Organizations and Agencies Braille Bug: a site designed by The American Foundation for the Blind to teach sighted children about braille with games, graphics, and activities. Information about braille from the American Foundation for the Blind Tips on promoting your child's braille literacy skills from AFB Information about braille technology from AFB Information about Louis Braille from AFB Information about Helen Keller from AFB Information About Eye Conditions and Vision Information about blindness and low vision from AFB Information about eye care and vision impairments VisionConnection: Your connection to vision information and an accessible community for people who are partially sighted or blind. Other Sources of Braille Materials for Children To search for a particular braille book, try APH's Louis database search! If the book is available, it will tell you where! Ambron Products Books for blind and sighted to share The American Printing House for the Blind (Braille Bibles including a Twin Vision Children's Bible) BRL: The Beulah Reimer Legacy for low-cost print-braille-and-picture books Lutheran Braille Workers for free braille Bibles and other Christian material in many languages Michigan Braille Transcribing Fund for textbooks and quick braille projects The National Braille Press: Children's Book of the Month Club & other books National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped



The Braille Store Print-Braille Board Books For Blind Children

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Thus, our collection of brailled board books is perfect for both blind parents with sighted children, and also sighted parents with blind or visually impaired kids. Now ... Try Prime EN   Hello, Sign inAccount & Lists Returns& OrdersTry Prime Cart Hello Select your address Send Mom an eGift card Best SellersCustomer ServiceNew ReleasesFind a GiftWhole FoodsGift CardsRegistryAmazonBasicsSell#FoundItOnAmazonCouponsFree ShippingShopper ToolkitDisability Customer Support Health & Personal Care Household Supplies Vitamins & Diet Supplements Baby & Child Care Health Care Sports Nutrition Sexual Wellness Health & Wellness Medical Supplies & Equipment FSA Eligible Items Sales & Special Offers Subscribe & Save Amazon Pantry Health & Household › Medical Supplies & Equipment › Mobility & Daily Living Aids › Visual Impairment Aids › Braille Aids Ships from and sold by Future Aids: The Braille Superstore. The Braille Store Print-Braille Board Books For Blind Children 2.8 out of 5 stars 8 ratings Price: $11.95 ($11.95 / Item) & FREE Shipping Thick, Cardboard Pages sport Full-Color pictures, Printed Text, and Braille Words Your medication, delivered Learn more > Customers who viewed this item also viewed This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Educational Insights Teachable Touchables Texture Squares, Sensory Toys,… Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews Welcome to our spectacular collection of Print-Braille Board Books for young, aspiring readers. These delightful little storybooks are a great way to introduce toddlers and preschoolers (blind or sighted) to the wonderful world of books! They feature thick, sturdy, cardboard-like pages - complete with large-print, braille, and full-color pictures and illustrations. All of our Braille board books feature the full-color pictures and illustrations - just like those you'd find in your local bookstore. To make it so everyone can enjoy these fun titles together, we've carefully added a clear plastic overlay to each page, so blind readers can read the Braille at the same time sighted folks read the print and look at the pictures! Thus, our collection of brailled board books is perfect for both blind parents with sighted children, and also sighted parents with blind or visually impaired kids. Now, you get to choose which story you would like. Simply look through the below titles, then send us an Email after you purchase this product to tell us which book you'd like, OK? Note that if you don't write us, we'll send you Blue's Clues, Figure Out by default. That's a fun activity book for all young children and families! A Baby Animal Story Book. This is a beautiful series of titles for young readers, brand new to the world of story books and the imaginary world they create. As if the text wasn't captivating enough, each one of these timeless little books is cut into the actual shape of the animal. Youngsters will enjoy tracing the shape of the sturdy book with their fingers, easily telling one book from another even if they can't see the picture. The books measure about 4 inches by 6, and have about six pages each - the perfect size to carry and to read. Learn About Our World. Choose between: ABC, Numbers, Fruits and Vegetables, Opposites, Vehicles, Shapes and Colours, Birds, or Body Parts. Learning has never been so much fun!





Seedlings Braille Books for Children ***** Seedlings Braille Books for Children is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing high-quality, low-cost children's books in Braille.

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Seedlings Braille Books for Children is a nonprofit organization dedicated to
providing high-quality, low-cost children's books in Braille.



American Action Fund for Blind Children and Adults

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Providing help to blind people. 78.58. 1800 Johnson Street Baltimore, MD 21230 tel: (410) 659 ... Advanced   |  A-Z Directory    |  4-Star Charities Human Services : Social Services American Action Fund for Blind Children and Adults 1800 Johnson Street Baltimore, MD 21230 tel: (410) 659-9315   Web Site Add to My Charities Donate to this Charity Charities Performing Similar Types of Work Contributions Breakdown (FYE 12/2018) Contributions, Gifts & Grants $3,409,596 Expenses Breakdown (FYE 12/2018) Year Program Expenses Primary Revenue Join over 400,000 other informed givers and get updates on charity ratings, new features, hot topics, and tips for donating.




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