Crayola Cutter

Crayola Cutter

Crayola Cutter is the safe way to cut! With the new and improved Crayola Cutter, you’ll have the only cutting tool that “cuts where scissors can’t” and is 100% safe!

Low Tech

(Shelved under AT Art 1,2)

Magnetic Numbers With Braille

Magnetic Numbers With Braille

The Magnetic Numbers with Braille are chunky, colorful, fun numbers that are a great way to introduce basic math and numbers. They are plastic and can be sanitized for oral explorers. Put them on the refrigerator or any other magnetic surface and practice counting, number sequencing, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division! The numbers are also in Braille so that children with and without visual impairments can play together. (Contains 26 pieces w/ 1 addition, 1 subtraction, 1 multiplication, 1 division, and 1 equal sign)

Low Tech

(Shelved Under: At Mat 70)

 

Playskool

Tel: 800-752-9755

Web:http://www.braillebookstore.com/Braille-Magnetic-Numbers.1

Braille Blocks

Braille Blocks

Put learning at your child’s fingertips with this classic ABC block set in Braille. Great for families with visually-impaired members, this 28 block set is made from sustainable Michigan basswood and combines American Sign Language symbols with Braille and embossed
letters along with traditional letter forms. The attractive European style font is easily traced by little fingers.

Low Tech

(Shelved under AT Lit 139)

 

Assistive Technology

Uncle Goose Toys

407 Richmond NW

Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Tel: 1-888-774-2046

Fax: 1-616-365-1636

Web: http://www.unclegoose.com

Email: info@unclegoose.com

Air Pressure Activity Center

Air Pressure Activity Center

The Air Pressure Activity Center lends itself to hours of fun with its bright instruments and colorful beads. The user pushes the soft buttons or pulls/pushes the lever to create a variety of sounds and movements. With many different activities and bright illustrations, this activity center helps to develop hand-eye coordination as well as fine-motor skills.

Mid-Tech

(shelved under: AT MOV 4)

 

Battat Inc.

44 Martina Circle

Plattsburgh, NY 12901-0149

Tel: 1-518-562-2200

Fax: 1-518-562-2203

Alphabet Pal (shelved under: AT LIT 145)

Groovie Blocks

Groovie Blocks

A new spin on stacking blocks! 32 durable, hand-sized wooden blocks feature two grooved sides for interlocking stacking capabilities and promotion of fine motor skills. Other sides have grooved numbers, math symbols, and patterns for the hands-on learner or perhaps an individual with a visual impairment. Plus, the blocks feature a brightly-colored side that can be used to form patterns!

Low Tech

(Shelved Under: AT Mat 14)

 

Uncle Goose Toys

407 Richmond NW

Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Tel: 1-888-774-2046

Fax: 1-616-365-1636

Web: http://www.unclegoose.com

Email: info@unclegoose.com

Braille Plastic Bingo Cards

Braille Plastic Bingo Cards

This Braille Bingo Game is a great game to help learn basic Braille. This game makes learning Braille numbers easy and fun! Each of the 4 cards has the Braille for the each number as well as the standard Arabic numbers for beginners. There are also purple chips to place over numbers already called. While playing this game, you will not only learn the Braille number system, but you will also develop fine motor skills by grasping the chips and placing them in the correct groove.

Low Tech

(shelved under: AT MAT 82)

 

ASSISTECH SPECIAL NEEDS

2738 N. Campbell Ave.

Tucson, AZ 85719-3141

Tel: 866-674-3549

Fax: 520-883-3172

Web: http://www.azhearing.com/cgi-bin/shopper.cgi?preadd=action&key=49711

Tact-Tiles Braille System

Tact-Tiles Braille System

Tack-Tiles® Braille Systems are a sophisticated teaching tool for all ages based on LEGO®-type blocks. These Braille blocks provide a unique bridge, a smoother, shorter, more interesting path to Braille literacy. Now in English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian literary Braille Code as well as Nemeth Braille Code for mathematics, Braille code for music notation, and computer Braille code. True to their nature, TACK-TILES® have shown themselves to be valuable tactile aids in several settings wherein of sensory stimulation, not vision, is the central issue to be addressed.

Low Tech

(Shelved under AT Lit 138)

Assistive Technology

TACK-TILES Braille Systems LLC

P.O. Box 475

Plaistow, NH 03865

Phone: 1-800-822-5845

Fax: 1-603 382 1748

www.tack-tiles.com

Email: Braille@tack-tiles.com

No Mess Sponge Painting Set

No Mess Sponge Painting Set

This kit encourages children to explore with paint while having fun with handled sponges. Handled sponges are reusable, simple run under cold water and dry after use. it is easy and fun!

Low Tech

(Shelved under AT Art 18)

Jumbo People Colors Crayons

Jumbo People Colors Crayons

Our Jumbo People Colors Crayons are sized for smaller hands—and come in just about all the colors that people do! Children can draw family, friends and famous people, and make terrific self-portraits—whether they’re ebony, almond or somewhere in between. You get 24 big crayons. 4 1/2″ long; 1/2″ diameter.

Low Tech

(Shelved under AT Art 16,17)

Design Rollers

Design Rollers

Children simply press our handy rollers in ink, then roll out perfect stars, polka dots, squiggles & more! The set includes 6 sturdy plastic rollers in 6 different designs, each with a chunky, easy-grip handle that lets children get creative—without getting ink on their hands! Each design roller is 6″.

Low Tech

(Shelved under AT Art 71)