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Alphabet & Number Puzzles (Models 626 & 640)

Alphabet and Number Puzzles are tactile numbers and letters designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. These large letters and numbers combine visual and tactile senses to teach youngsters to recognize number and letter shapes by sight and touch. The number set (model 640) includes 0 through 9, each with the corresponding number of dots to encourage active learning of counting concepts. Numbers and Letters (model 626) are brailled. DIMENSIONS (HxW): 5 x 4 inches. COLOR: Yello

Alphabet Picture Sorts for Beginning Sounds

The Alphabet Picture Sorts for Beginning Sounds is a do it yourself activity designed for children learning letter sounds, pre-reading and writing skills, etc. It works through cutting out pictures of objects and animals that begin with a particular letter and attaching them to that (large) letter. In the end, for example, a big letter “S” would have smaller pictures of a spider, sock, strawberry, sun, snowman, the number 6, a snail and slice of bread.

Be-B Braille Educaton Ball

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype educational game/toy to assist in sighted, visually-impaired, and blind individuals to learn Braille characters. The prototype, be-B: Braille Education Ball was created for and entered in Game Changers Competition for global game design held by DESIGN 21. The be-B: Braille Education Ball is a method for both blind and sighted users to learn the Braille system using a challenging and educational game. The be-B consists of a ball and 26 magne

Braille Magnetic Numbers

The Braille Magnetic Numbers is designed for use by children and adults who are blind or have low vision. The device includes a 26-piece set; though; is that there aren't just the numbers from 0 through 9 with Braille on them. Also included is a second set of numbers; a third 0; as well as the standard math signs: + (Plus); - (Minus); * (Multiplied By); / (Divided By); and = (Equals). Each solid-plastic magnetic tile stands over an inch high; and is not only shaped into the print number or math

DIY Travel Games: Alphabet Learning

DIY Travel Games: Alphabet Learning is an activity designed for fidgety children with fine motor and learning disabilities to do. DIY Travel Games: Alphabet Learning is an educational and fine motor manipulation activity. It is part of a set that also includes Tic Tac Toe, Maze Fun, and Triangle Peg Solitaire. Each DIY activity is made with washi tape. 

Gak Letter Recognition and Formation

The Gak Letter Recognition and Formation is a do it yourself activity designed for people with fine motor disabilities and learning disabilities to have them recognize sounds, form letters, and use fine motor skills to cut out the letters.

Letter Recognition Sensory Bin

This Letter Recognition Sensory Bin is designed for autistic children to be given enough sensory input and tactile stimulation to learn to recognize and name letters.

Melissa & Doug Wooden Alphabet Stamp Set - 56 Stamps With Lower-Case and Capital Letters

The Melissa & Doug Wooden Alphabet Stamp Set - 56 Stamps With Lower-Case and Capital Letters is a set for early learners with disabilities ages 3 and up to practice writing skills with, encourage letter and color recognition, hand-eye coordination and creative expression.

Playfoam Shape & Learn Alphabet Set

Playfoam® Shape & Learn Alphabet Set is a product designed for children with learning disabilities to teach them correct number and letter formation. Children can practice making numbers and shapes with this squishy, squashy Playfoam®? set. Preschoolers can place their Playfoam®? on top of the letter card to practice proper letter formation. No-mess, non-stick Playfoam®? can be usef for sculpting squishy, squashy creations anywhere and anytime. Playfoam®? never dries out.

Playskool Magnetic Capital Letters (Model 02056)

Playskool Magnetic Capital Letters, model 02056, are tactile letters and Braille alphabet magnets designed for use by children ages 3 and above who are blind or have low vision. This educational toy consists of 26 letters from A to Z. Each letter is engraved with it corresponding Braille letter. As they play with these letters sized for small fingers, children learn to identify letters and start putting together simple words and sentences.

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