[Colorado-talk] Braille Alphabet Cards

Marty Rahn marty.rahn at juno.com
Wed Oct 24 02:11:30 UTC 2012


If you have some time, it might be easier for you to make your own set with 
a single letter on each card. When you get those alphabet cards from the 
center, the letters are spaced too closely together for a finger and a brain 
that has never read braille to even begin to recognize them. I would 
therefore suggest that you use some regular 3 by 5 index cards on which you 
can braille a single letter. JMTC and HtH.

Marty Rahn, MA
Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments
Weld Re-8, Weld Re-3j, Weld Re-4 and Morgan Re-3
Phone: (970) 353-5067
Cell: (719) 271-9496
Email: marty.rahn at juno.com
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Arielle Silverman" <arielle71 at gmail.com>
To: <colorado-talk at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 1:00 PM
Subject: [Colorado-talk] Braille Alphabet Cards

> Hi all,
> I am going to be doing a study as part of my research on disability
> simulations to teach blindfolded participants to recognize Braille
> letters. I need to get a set of Braille alphabet cards for this,
> preferably within the next week. Will there be Braille cards at
> convention? If not, does one of you have an extra set of alphabet
> cards you could give me? Thanks!
> Arielle
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