Braille Alphabet Punch Cards & Poster | Hand's on Activity & Fine Motor Work

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Louis Braille, a French educator, invented a tactile system of reading and writing for the blind and visually impaired in 1824 which was named after him. Today the Braille system is used worldwide to read and write and consists of raised dot codes which can be identified by the sense of touch for the sight impaired.

This file contains 10 pages of dual-sided resources, including step-by-step instructions and lesson suggestions, Braille alphabet poster and 12 watercolor illustrated cards. Punching cards are meant to have mirrored words on back so that completed words appear correct on illustrated side. Words are French-themed; Resource also included in our FRANCE Activity Book.

File is sized 8.5 X 11" and includes left adjust to use in a punched notebook. Suggested to be printed on cardstock paper and printed double-sided on long side.