Monday, December 5, 2011

Braille Writing

This week in our Houghton Mifflin program, we're reading The Secret Code, about a little boy who is blind and uses Braille to read. My second year teaching I had a student who was (well, she still is) blind, so I made this worksheet so my students could become familiar with how she read.

Click on the picture to get your copy.

6 sweet comments:

Jenn Bates said...

What a great idea! We already did this story but I will save it for next year. Thanks for the terrific share.
Finally in First

Janice said...

We do the same activity with a slight addition - there is a second grid for each name where the children glue flat lentils for the real braille effect. They LOVE it!

Tommy said...

That is an awesome idea!

Rachel said...

Thanks Jenn and Tommy! Janice I love the idea of using lentils. So fun - Thanks!

Ms. Rachel said...

This is so cool!

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Cheryl said...

love that you teach the kids about Braille. you are an amazing teacher!!!