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Nfb Bookshelf The Bridge to Braille

This book is a practical, step-by-step guide that will show parents and teachers how to help blind children progress from early literacy experiences all the way to full participation in the classroom. The authors answer the basic questions How can I teach my preschooler the alphabet? and How do I show my child how to write 2 + 2? as well as questions that come up further down the road How does a blind student take notes for a science report? and When should my child get a talking computer?With sections like Adapting Materials , Doing Math in Braille , and Independence in the Classroom , this book demystifies the education of blind children and enables parents to give ordinary help with spelling, homework, reports, and projects to their child who happens to be blind. The book is available for $12.00 U.S. plus a $3.00 handling charge from the National Federation of the Blind, Materials Center, 1800 Johnson Street,
Baltimore, MD 21230 Phone: (410) 659-9314.

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