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When Are You Brown?

This iBook delves into the color BROWN! Using bright colored images and sounds, the book describes Brown as "Strong and Stable" and uses different subjects...
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Layla's Three Preschool Apps Video

In this video, TVI Rachel Heuston Harris demonstrates the three preschool apps that Layla was using in the Paths to Technology post, "Layla: 4 Year Old...
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100 Picture Books with Image Descriptions: Bookshare

Images and image descriptions in books can provide a full multisensory reading experience for young readers with visual impairments and blindness.  Hand...
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Sami Says: Create a Story Web Browser Game

Sami Says is a simple web recorder game for students to easily create verbal stories.  Using the arrow keys, Sami Says encourages very young students and/or...
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Tar Heel Reader: Create and Read Accessible Books

Tar Heel Reader is a collection of free, easy-to-read books; students can create their own books or selet books created by others.  Tar Heel Reader is a...
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Hark the Sound: Audio Games on the Web

Hark the Sound is a collection of free web games that can be played on computers and tablets.  These games are designed for young students with visual...
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Refreshable Braille Display Commands for the Emerging Braille Reader: R Chord & P Chord

After introducing a 4 year old student to the “Exploring Braille with Madilyn and Ruff” app, she was hooked. I was able to use the app as motivation for her to...
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Getting Started on the iPad in Preschool

Kids who are blind need access to technology at the same time as their sighted peers. Young sighted children are getting their hands on their parents’ iPhones...

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