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Prereading Activities for Preschool Children

In the first phase of the project, EVEIL partners compile a list of current prereading and conceptualization activities in their countries. Here you can find an overview of early intervention systems and prereading practice in the partner countries, as well as information on individual projects.


10 tips to prepare your child to learn to read braille

Find here tips for parents of blind children by Charlotte Cushman from the Perkins School for the Blind: Ten tips to prepare your child to learn to read braille

10 tips to prepare your child to learn to read braille

The Letter-Friends

Here you find the presentation of another action book "The Letter-friends" by Susanne Sariyannis.

The Letter-Friends

Faustus-a tactile picture-book for blind children

The book with the imp Faustus can easily be made yourself and doesn't cost much.

It comprises many elements for the child's development of terms as well as for motor exercises.

Faustus-a tactile picture-book for blind children

Preschool Education

Description of the educational policy system in each country and Curriculum of preschool education

Preschool Education

Discovery Workshops

Within a workshop series children are tought by using a child book to gain experiences of their environment.

Discovery Workshops

Tactile Street to Braille

The system created by Dr. Markus Lang from the Pedagogical University of Heidelberg aims on the growth of haptic skills and the building of awareness of scripture.

Tactile Street to Braille

The Pfeifi-books

The teacher for early intervention Annette Strack of the pedagogical early intervention center of Evangelischer Regionalverband Frankfurt developed the Pfeifi-books. They are adressed mainly to blind pre-school children, but also to sighted. They improve activities, tactile strategies and concept development and first of all they make a lot of fun to the children.

The Pfeifi-books

Tactile books for blind children: The concept of the Pfeifi-books

Here you find the theoretical background of how should tactile books for blind and partially sighted children should be and how you can produce such books easily on your own.

Tactile books for blind children: The concept of the Pfeifi-books

Pfeifi 1: What Pfeifi discovers under the carpet

Pfeifi 1: What Pfeifi discovers under the carpet

Pfeifi 2: What is gone, is gone

Pfeifi 2: What is gone, is gone

Pfeifi 3: Pfeifi sings

Pfeifi 3: Pfeifi sings

Pfeifi 4: Pfeifi Allcounter and Korkus Neverfull

Pfeifi 4: Pfeifi Allcounter and Korkus Neverfull

Pfeifi 5: „Five little things“

Pfeifi 5: „Five little things“

Mangold Braille Program: Tactile Perception and Braille Letter Recognition

The Mangold Braille Program for tactile recognition consists of two training levels. The first level intends to train the tactile perception and the recognition of symbols, surfaces and geometric shapes to a child. The second level of the program is focusing on teaching children in the use of the Braille alphabet.

Mangold Braille Program: Tactile Perception and Braille Letter Recognition

Books for the development tyflography "Cvicebnica z tyflografiky"

In Slovakia three exerzise books for the tactile education of blind children were developed.

Books for the development tyflography "Cvicebnica z tyflografiky"

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