[blindkid] drawing idea

Susan Harper sueharper at firstchurchgriswold.org
Fri Jun 4 23:39:02 UTC 2010


Thanks!  What a great idea.  We have been working with both Braille and
print, even though he can't see.  I want him to be aware of what the Braille
letters stand for and how to print his name.  I think this would be a great
help!
Blessings,
Sue H.

On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 12:21 PM, Joy Orton <ortonsmom at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Susan,
> Our daughter uses a piece of window screen under her paper when she writes
> with crayons or a pencil, and it helps her then to be able to feel the
> lines
> she has drawn. Don't know if that would help Vinnie or not.
> Joy Orton
>
> Date: Wed, 26 May 2010 09:56:01 -0400
> From: Susan Harper <sueharper at firstchurchgriswold.org>
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> Thanks for the aha moment.  Vinnie hates to write or color.  We do it
> anyway.  He just doesn't like to get his hands dirty, that I get.  All I
> can
> say is practise, repetition, practise, repetition......  An adventure
> awaits
> us.
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