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FREE Braille Bug Alphabet Card

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9y, 1w agoFound 9 years, 1 week ago
When you first look at something written in braille, all you see (or feel) is a jumble of dots! However, like any other code, braille is based on a logical system. Once you understand it, you'll be able to read and write braille easily. That's because braille is not a language, it's just another way to read and write English (or any other language, such as Japanese).


Order a FREE Braille Bug alphabet card. It features all the letters of the alphabet in braille, a system of raised dots that are used for reading by people with no sight. Great for kids! Teachers can order these cards in bulk, too. Allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.

Special note to teachers: now you can order the Braille Bug Alphabet Cards in bulk!

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#1
Thanks pinkmelonsmr2.
My brother's been very interested in reading braille so this should help him get started.
X10
#2
Thanks X10 i think its interesting too.
#3
Great...will come in handy for my wife...
#4
Great! I'm training as a science teacher and it will come in useful next time I have to teach 'Communicating without speaking'.
#5
Ac, Will pass on to friend with a visually impared toddler. Thanks
#6
THank you
#7
thank you for this, i like to try to teach my little girl all different things, this should be interesting for us all! many thanks xxx
#8
Great this should be interesting.
voted hot
#9
Thanks for the post. We home educate and this will be a great resource.
#10
I've had mine :)

First thing I noticed - the numbers are the same as the letters (e.g. 1 is the same as A, 2 is the same as B) but with the 'number' sign before them.
#11
Thanks got mine today, be usefull for gaining more understanding of the blind kids i sometimes have at work.

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