BrailleBuzz

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Promote early literacy skills and encourage young learners to practice braille characters and phonics.

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Description

BrailleBuzz is an instructional tool for young braille learners ages two to five. It encourages practice with braille characters and phonics, similar to a variety of audio-based toys that teach print writing. BrailleBuzz resembles a cartoon bumblebee, encouraging little ones with audio feedback. A friendly recorded human voice and fun sounds are paired with a Perkins-style braille keyboard, designed with little hands in mind.

Features:

Develops finger dexterity and braille keyboarding
Develops emergent phonics and listening skills
The given letter is heard when the correct combination of dot/keys are pressed
The honeycomb buttons, with braille, speak the letters when pushed

Three Modes of Play:

Phonics Mode: Fun sound and letter associations are made
Keyboard Mode: All key combinations are announced with dot numbers
Letters Mode: Dot number announcement reinforces the relationship between reading letters and writing on the keyboard

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BrailleBuzz available through the lending library at FAAST.org

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