[blindkid] [Bulk] Natural Reader 9.0 and shoe tying

Brandy w branlw at sbcglobal.net
Thu Sep 17 02:30:52 UTC 2009


Hi, Sorry if my response is late I just got a ton of email from the list 
that was some how held up in the server. I tied my shoes very young, but 
I've always been told I have great fine motor skills. I remember playing 
with the doll that had a shoe on one foot with a tie, and the other a 
buckle, and wanting to be able to tie it on my own. My mom also told me when 
I could tie my own shoe I could have tie shoes, and those were what my 
friends had, so the bunny ear method worked great, and honestly its what I 
use when I'm in a hurry! Bran


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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Amber Hall" <ahall238 at yahoo.com>
To: <blindkid at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 7:00 PM
Subject: [Bulk] [blindkid] Natural Reader 9.0 and shoe tying


> Hello,everyone! I had a question about shoe tying. My daught has had a
> really hard time tying her shoes. She'll be 8 in November, and she
> can't seem to get past the crossing them over and tightening them up.
> I've tried a shoebox with a shoe string laced on it. I've tried her
> sitting on my lap. And so far nothing has helped. Can anyone give me
> some tips or help me with this problem?
> I also wanted to ask if
> anyone knew anything about the Natural Reader 9.0 text to speech
> program. They are wanting to put that on the computer my daughter uses
> at school. I don't really know too much about that kind of thing. But
> when I googled it the info. I read didn't really impress me. If anyone
> has any good or bad things to say about Natural Reader  or reasons why 
> other programs would be better let me know. Thank You so much.
>
>
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