[nobe-l] Re preschool

Melissa R. Green lissa1531 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 12 00:07:02 UTC 2017

Yes it is for me to test the preschoolers.  I have checked the school, and there aren't any foam shapes.  Mz boss is willing to purchase things for me to conduct these tests.
Teank you for your suggestions.

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From: Catherine Mendez via NOBE-L  <nobe-l at nfbnet.org>
To:  nobe-l at nfbnet.org
CC: caitryl at gmail.com
Date: 03/10/2017 5:18 pm
Subject: [nobe-l] Re preschool

> Hi Melissa,
> I have worked with preschoolers, but I was puzzled by your question. Are you looking for a non-visual test for you, as the adult, or for a blind child? If it's just you the adult, you can use magnetic or foam letters, that you can feel while the child looks at them. The same is true for shapes. Many tactile shapes exist, you probably have some in the classroom setting where you are working. As for colors, just label the back with braille, and  have the color on the front side of a card or something, so that the child can't see the word, but you know what color the object is.
> Cayte Mendez
> President, National Organization of Blind Educators, 
> A division of the National Federation of the Blind
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