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AFB Celebrates 200 Years of Braille!

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). Learn more in "Braille: Deciphering the Code" and check out the other links below.


Braille: Deciphering the Code

Foreign Language Braille

Nemeth Code (Math)

Music Braille

Trivia

Braille Technology

Printable Braille Alphabet Key

Louis Braille Biography
 



Braille alphabet card celebrating the 200th birthday of Louis Braille We're sorry, we've run low on stock and are no longer able to send out free alphabet cards! But teachers can still order the Braille Bug Alphabet Cards in bulk.


 
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