Helen Keller and Reading

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Today we read about how Helen Keller first learned to "read" letters and words. They were raised letters on the page. This was before she was taught braille. So I blindfolded one boy and the other created words out of raised letters from play dough. Here are the results:


Anonymous said...

What a wonderful idea! We'll be sure to do this when we get to Helen Keller.

Missy H.
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Edwena said...

What a fun idea!!!