[blindkid] Braille items

Steve Hyndman hyndman at cableone.net
Mon Mar 12 14:14:07 UTC 2018

I would be interested in knowing more about getting a Braille calendar for my grandson; he is 11.
Cynda Hyndman 

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> On Mar 12, 2018, at 6:41 AM, adrijana prokopenko via blindkid <blindkid at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> I am making some braille calendars to help people who would like to
> get any. What is different about them is that they are brailled on
> larger braille pages and there is space on each page to also make your
> own notes and mark possible events, so that you remember them, just
> like people do this in print calendars. They are also good to help
> children and adults practice braille, learning how to use calendars
> and teachers and parents could also create activities of tactile
> drawings and other activities they can stick or draw on the pages.
> These calendars are brailled with a brailler and the price is to be
> determined by talking to each interested candidate first and finding
> out how much they can afford to pay for each calendar. I would also
> braille recipes, words of songs, poems, stories  and other things that
> are not copyright, accept computer and music braille. Whatever money I
> get would be used to help me attend the NFB convention and help others
> in some way. If anyone is interested, please private message me or
> email me at:
> adrijana.prokopenko at gmail.com
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