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Make Your Own 3-D Tactile Dragon

Wouldn't your kids love to make a dragon? And wouldn't you love it if your kids made that dragon using materials you probably already have around your house? Everyone wins.

Make a Mask!

Masks are great props for dramatic play! Instead of making one mask, how about making a mask where you can change the face depending on your mood?

Race Dragons Over Braille

On your mark, get ready, go!

Tell Dragon Jokes

If you think jokes are fun, try these tongue twisters!

Send NBP a Letter!

The crayons in this book have a lot of feelings, don't they?

Describe The Day the Crayons Quit Pictures

Blind kids benefit from picture descriptions every bit as much as sighted kids do from seeing the pictures. Don't forget to share these picture descriptions, written by a descriptive audio expert, especially for Great Expectations!

Make Doggie Biscuits!

Whether you are cooking for yourself or your dog, knowing your way around the kitchen is essential. You are never too young to start learning and how much fun is it to cook for your dog?!

Colors in the Kitchen: Teaching Colors to Blind Kids

Flavors, smells, and textures can enhance color lessons for children who are blind. Find out how to talk and learn about colors in the kitchen!

Tell Crayon Jokes

Kids love goofy jokes. Go figure.

The Day the Crayons Quit Activities

The crayons have had enough! What can Duncan possibly do to get them back to doing what they do best?

Measuring Penny Activities

Join Lisa as she sets out to use standard units (like inches) and non-standard units (like paper clips) to measure her dog, Penny!

Animal Games!

Jim Panzee has a lot of different animal friends in the jungle. Because Jim is grumpy, his friends try to improve his mood by suggesting he do the things they like to do and the things they like to do are based on what type of animal they are.

Describe Grumpy Monkey Pictures

Blind kids benefit from picture descriptions every bit as much as sighted kids do from seeing the pictures. Don't forget to share these picture descriptions, written by a descriptive audio expert, especially for Great Expectations!