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Abacus Attack

Abacus Attack is a math game designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision. Designed to reinforce math facts and abacus skills for students in grades one through six, the game is played on a magnetic board with large print and a braille overlay. The student uses game pieces to travel to "Attack Alley." Each space on the board has a raised shape. Upon landing on the shape, the student answers a math problem from the enclosed cards. Math problems are included for all elementary gra

Aph Web Chase Game

The APH Web Chase is an originally designed board game that is intended to develop important tactile skills within a fun, recreational context. As players navigate their spiders through an insect-laden web, they learn to trace various raised lines, identify point symbols and discriminate textures and shapes of various prey. The game's combined visual and tactile presentation makes it accessible to all players regardless of visual ability. CAPACITY: Ages 5 and up. COLOR: Multiple. WARRANTY/GUARAN

Braille Games Kit

Braille Games Kit is intended for use by blind and visually impaired individuals. It is designed for the user to challenge their skills or just have fun with Braille board games and cards. The kit includes: Chunky Tic Tac Toe, Wooden Chess Set, Braille Uno Cards, Braille Playing Cards, Connect 4, Braille Scrabble, Braille Monopoly, Braille Go Fish, Old Maid with Braille and Raised Line Coloring Book.

Deluxe Scrabble Game: Braille Version

The Deluxe Scrabble Game: Braille Version is a braille board game designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This game, adapted from the standard Scrabble game, comes with brailled tiles, a tactile game board, and instructions in braille and on audio tape. DELIVERY TIME: Usually ships within 3 business days.

Game Of Squares (Model 1-08430-00)

The Game of Squares, model 1-08430-00, is a tactile board game designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Playing board is divided into 16 small squares. Sides and markers are included. Players alternate placing sides on the board to enclose a small square. When a player completes a square, he or she claims it with a marker and places the next side. The player who has claimed the most squares at the end of the game is the winner.

Megaword Game

Megaword is a Braille crossword board game designed for use by players who are blind or have low vision. It is similar to Scrabble, and features large, bold print letters on a white game board with a Brailled overlay. Recessed squares hold the playing pieces. The bold print letter pieces have Braille overlays. Braille and large print instructions are included. DIMENSIONS: The playing pieces are 0.75 inch square.

Tack-Tiles Braille Systems

TACK-TILES Braille Systems are a Braille game and instruction kit designed to acquaint children who are blind with raised dot Braille letters within the environment of play. Designed to fit and work like standard snap-together toy building blocks, children can create buildings, figures, cars, etc. while learning Braille. The pieces can be endlessly rearranged during the course of a lesson, encouraging creativity and interest. Because the blocks correspond with standard toy blocks, accessories an

Tactile Scrabble Overlays

Tactile Scrabble Overlays are Braille overlays designed to make the Scrabble crossword game accessible to players who are blind or have low vision. The overlays feature Brailled letters on clear tape with adhesive backing, and are designed to fit on the standard game board and wooden pieces used in Scrabble.

Talking Glowdice

Talking GlowDice allow those with sight disabilities to keep participating in board games and activities. Push the "Roll" button and a randomly generated number between one and six is announced in digital speech, and the corresponding number is displayed in bright blue LEDs. POWER: 4 AAA batteries. COLOR: Multiple. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

What's Your Move - A Direction Game

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To aid students who are blind or have low vision in learning the four major directions on a map. Create a tactile game board on a raised-line grid sheet with 1-inch squares. On the outer margins of the grid sheet, label the edges: North (upper), South (lower), East (right), and West (left). Mark a "START" square tactilely in the center of the south edge of the board. Affix a pebble or other three-dimensional shape on the square in the center of the north edge o

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