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Welcome to Braille Bug® – The Braille Trail: An Activity Booklet (.pdf)

“Follow the Braille Trail” and learn the basics of braille with this fun activity booklet, including braille riddles, a matching game, and more.

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About Braille Bug

Learn more about Braille Bug and what children can learn while exploring this fun and educational site!

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Braille Tales – Free Print Braille Books for Preschoolers

APH’s Braille Tales Print/Braille Book Program offers free print/braille books to children five and younger who are blind or low vision, or whose parent is blind or visually impaired. This program provides six books a year. Learn how you can apply for free books! 

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Sources of Braille Books

This resource guide, compiled by APH FamilyConnect for Students who are Blind and Low Vision, lists numerous sources for attaining free braille books in the U.S. and Canada.

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Classic Books Available in Braille

There are many timeless children’s classics available in both print and braille. Here are some examples all of your students could read and discuss.

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FamilyConnect – A Website Packed with Free Information for Parents serves the parents and families of children who are blind and visually impaired. It is a free-of-charge site offering support and access to local and national resources.