Touch and Feel Picture Cards with Manual and Braille Alphabet

Touch and Feel Picture Cards with Manual and Braille Alphabet

# 058932

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Item #: 058932
Grades: PK-1

Product Description:

These alphabet cards really appeal to the different senses! You've never seen alphabet cards like these. Each double-sided card has a different letter on each side, with the upper and lower case letter, a colorful picture of an object starting with that letter, the object's name, the braille dot pattern for the letter and the name ofthe object, and an illustrated picture of how you would sign the word in sign language. But wait, there's more! Each object has a touch and feel or a scratch and sniff component! Smell apples, oranges, grapes, ice cream and roses; feel furry cats, soft feathers, scaly lizards, and twang violins. An extra card shows the sign language hand position for each letter of the alphabet; the opposite side shows the letters with the braille dot pattern for each letter below. Set includes 14 sturdy cards. ~ Megan

Primary Subject
Early Learning
Grade Start
PK
Grade End
1
EAN
718122653812
Format
Other
Brand Name
Sensesational Alphabet
Weight
0.55 (lbs.)
Dimensions
8.5" x 8.5" x 0.75"
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Hoping to jump start my visually impaired students learning with these unique cards.
Randel S on Sep 15, 2019
To aid a 2 year old
Debbie L on Aug 13, 2017
Hoping to jump start my visually impaired students learning with these unique cards.
Randel S on Sep 15, 2019
I have a blind from birth grandchild. Hard to find these types of items.
susan b on Nov 3, 2017
To aid a 2 year old
Debbie L on Aug 13, 2017
I have a blind from birth grandchild. Hard to find these types of items.
susan b on Nov 3, 2017
Is Braille tactile or only printed?
A shopper on Oct 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
I bought these for my 8 year old granddaughter for Christmas.
I never opened them, but if I remember correctly, they are Braille tactile.
I remember the A for Apple and the Apple was fuzzy. I also think the world apple and A were raised.
Hope thjs helps.
Sue B.
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Rated 4 out of 5
I recently purchased these cards for one of my visually impaired students. The cards are nice but some of the cards still needed to be adapted tactically for my student Not all cards can be looked at tactically and although u can smell some or feel the softness of a cat , the child still needs to see (with their hands) all the objects on the cards. Good for very little children. I give them a 4 rating because there aren’t many products other than those from APH (American Printing House f/t Blind) that are accessible to VI learners.
June 8, 2020
Purchased
11 months ago


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