Braille Alphabet Tiles make learning fun for everyone. Now the blind, visually impaired, and sighted can play and learn the alphabet together. Such inclusive play benefits everyone. Twenty-six double-sided tiles feature upper case letters on one side, lower case on the other. Braille symbol appears below each print letter. Recessed letters in bright colors and easy-to-read font invite finger tracing for kinesthetic learning. Multiple sets of Braille Alphabet Tiles expand learning. Children can match upper and lower case letters. As well as begin to put letters together to form words .
When you think of classic early childhood toys, what comes to mind? Although the answers are many, blocks are high on the list. And odds are a child’s first blocks contain letters of the alphabet. At first in a soft form, safe for infants and toddlers to mouth and throw. Later likely in wood, occasionally so exquisitely carved that they become cherished family heirlooms. Too beautiful to put away, they may find their way to the coffee table where they invite spontaneous play from adults as well as children.
Most adults recall playing with alphabet blocks. Gradually as we played, we learned to identify the letters, usually only in the upper case. Then, as we became more curious, perhaps a parent or older sibling showed us how to spell our name. Later we began putting letters together to make works ourselves.
Braille Number Tiles expand learning opportunities even further.