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Jumping to Conclusions
In this online brain stumper, the bottom half of a series of letters is covered. You may think you know what it says, but remove the black bar to see if you're right.
Finger ReadingAdd to list Details
In this activity (10th activity on the page) about the sense of touch, learners make Braille letters out of cork or cardboard and map pins.
Computation and Estimation: Alphabits
In this math lesson, learners apply the concepts of ratios and percentages to the distribution of letters contained in a box of Alphabits® cereal.
The Same NamesAdd to list Details
In this math activity, learners make and explore patterns using the letters in their names, a grid, and some colors.
Telephone TalkAdd to list Details
In this math activity, learners find patterns in telephone numbers.
The Braille AlphabetAdd to list Details
In this activity (8th activity on the page) about the sense of touch, learners make their own set of Braille letters. Learners use glue to make raised dots on a Braille Alphabet Sheet.