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Alphabet- A to F (Large Print)

by Rnib

In this series, there are two A5 images per A4 sheet. Cut each sheet along the fine vertical line down the centre to make two pages with an image on each. There will be a locator shown at the top left of each image when it is the correct way up. At the bottom right of each image, you will find its initial letter in lower and upper case braille and print characters.A is for apple - here is a juicy red and green apple on this page. The apple is seen from the side in the middle of the page. Its stalk is at the top of the image and down the page is the fleshy fruit. At the bottom centre of the image are the calyx and stamen. These are the remaining parts of the flower that the apple has grown from.B is for Ball: This is an image of a bouncy toy ball. The round ball is in the centre of the page. It is blue and is decorated with yellow spots.C is for cat - This is an image of a furry cats head. The cats head is seen from the front so that you can see all the parts of its face. You can find some of the cat's long hair on either side of its ears at the top of the image. Down the page are the cat's two eyes looking straight at you and further down is its nose and mouth. The cat has very long whiskers sticking out to the left and right; these help the cat feel its way through narrow spaces.D is for doll - This is a picture of a pretty rag doll. The doll is facing you in the middle of the page so that you can see all the parts of her face. Her head is at the top of the image. She has yellow hair styled in pigtails that stick out to the left and right. She has two big eyes, a little button nose and a big smiley mouth. Down the page is the doll's body. She is wearing an orange t-shirt and a blue pinafore dress. She has her arms stretched out to each side. Further down the page she is wearing blue and yellow stripy stockings on her legs and green shoes on her feet at the bottom of the page.E is for egg - This is an image of a decorated Easter egg. The egg is in the centre of the page. It is pointier at the top of the image and rounder at the bottom. The egg has been painted blue and has a pink band of decoration with yellow stars and circles across its middle.F is for feather - This is an image of a blue feather. The feather is in the centre of the page. Its shaft curves left then right down the centre of the image to the bottom of the page. You can find the featherâ TMs barbs to the left and right of the shaft.

Alphabet- A to F (UEB Contracted)

by Rnib

In this series, there are two A5 images per A4 sheet. Cut each sheet along the fine vertical line down the centre to make two pages with an image on each. There will be a locator shown at the top left of each image when it is the correct way up. At the bottom right of each image, you will find its initial letter in lower and upper case braille and print characters.A is for apple - here is a juicy red and green apple on this page. The apple is seen from the side in the middle of the page. Its stalk is at the top of the image and down the page is the fleshy fruit. At the bottom centre of the image are the calyx and stamen. These are the remaining parts of the flower that the apple has grown from.B is for Ball: This is an image of a bouncy toy ball. The round ball is in the centre of the page. It is blue and is decorated with yellow spots.C is for cat - This is an image of a furry cats head. The cats head is seen from the front so that you can see all the parts of its face. You can find some of the cat's long hair on either side of its ears at the top of the image. Down the page are the cat's two eyes looking straight at you and further down is its nose and mouth. The cat has very long whiskers sticking out to the left and right; these help the cat feel its way through narrow spaces.D is for doll - This is a picture of a pretty rag doll. The doll is facing you in the middle of the page so that you can see all the parts of her face. Her head is at the top of the image. She has yellow hair styled in pigtails that stick out to the left and right. She has two big eyes, a little button nose and a big smiley mouth. Down the page is the doll's body. She is wearing an orange t-shirt and a blue pinafore dress. She has her arms stretched out to each side. Further down the page she is wearing blue and yellow stripy stockings on her legs and green shoes on her feet at the bottom of the page.E is for egg - This is an image of a decorated Easter egg. The egg is in the centre of the page. It is pointier at the top of the image and rounder at the bottom. The egg has been painted blue and has a pink band of decoration with yellow stars and circles across its middle.F is for feather - This is an image of a blue feather. The feather is in the centre of the page. Its shaft curves left then right down the centre of the image to the bottom of the page. You can find the featherâ TMs barbs to the left and right of the shaft.

Alphabet- A to F (UEB Uncontracted)

by Rnib

In this series, there are two A5 images per A4 sheet. Cut each sheet along the fine vertical line down the centre to make two pages with an image on each. There will be a locator shown at the top left of each image when it is the correct way up. At the bottom right of each image, you will find its initial letter in lower and upper case braille and print characters.A is for apple - here is a juicy red and green apple on this page. The apple is seen from the side in the middle of the page. Its stalk is at the top of the image and down the page is the fleshy fruit. At the bottom centre of the image are the calyx and stamen. These are the remaining parts of the flower that the apple has grown from.B is for Ball: This is an image of a bouncy toy ball. The round ball is in the centre of the page. It is blue and is decorated with yellow spots.C is for cat - This is an image of a furry cats head. The cats head is seen from the front so that you can see all the parts of its face. You can find some of the cat's long hair on either side of its ears at the top of the image. Down the page are the cat's two eyes looking straight at you and further down is its nose and mouth. The cat has very long whiskers sticking out to the left and right; these help the cat feel its way through narrow spaces.D is for doll - This is a picture of a pretty rag doll. The doll is facing you in the middle of the page so that you can see all the parts of her face. Her head is at the top of the image. She has yellow hair styled in pigtails that stick out to the left and right. She has two big eyes, a little button nose and a big smiley mouth. Down the page is the doll's body. She is wearing an orange t-shirt and a blue pinafore dress. She has her arms stretched out to each side. Further down the page she is wearing blue and yellow stripy stockings on her legs and green shoes on her feet at the bottom of the page.E is for egg - This is an image of a decorated Easter egg. The egg is in the centre of the page. It is pointier at the top of the image and rounder at the bottom. The egg has been painted blue and has a pink band of decoration with yellow stars and circles across its middle.F is for feather - This is an image of a blue feather. The feather is in the centre of the page. Its shaft curves left then right down the centre of the image to the bottom of the page. You can find the featherâ TMs barbs to the left and right of the shaft.

Alphabet- G to L (Large Print)

by Rnib

In this series, there are two A5 images per A4 sheet. Cut each sheet along the fine vertical line down the centre to make two pages with an image on each. There will be a locator shown at the top left of each image when it is the correct way up. At the bottom right of each image, you will find its initial letter in lower and upper case braille and print characters.G is for grape - This image shows four grapes on a stem. The cut end of the grape's stem is at the top of the image. It branches out to the oval shapes of the sweet purple grapes further down the page.H is for hand - This is an image of a child's hand. The hand is seen from the back with its fingers in the top left of the page and thumb to the right. The wrist is in the bottom right of the page. Each finger and the thumb have a nail shown.I is for ice cream - This is a picture of a cool and delicious ice cream cone. At the top right of the picture is the pink strawberry ice cream. The cone with its patterned surface is further down the page. It tapers down to a point in the bottom left. J is for jug - This is an image of a pottery jug. The jug fills most of the page; its spout, where you pour out liquids, can be found at the top left of the image and the handle is on the right. The jug is pale yellow and has horizontal blue stripes.K is for key - This is an image of a key for a mortice lock. The grey metal key is in the middle of the page; its handle is at the top of the image. At the bottom of the image is the part of the key that you put in the lock to open it.L is for leaf - This is an image of a single green leaf from a tree. This is a leaf from a maple tree. It is in the middle of the page with its stalk to the right. On the main part of the leaf, its veins can be found branching out from the centre to the leaf.

Alphabet- G to L (UEB Contracted)

by Rnib

In this series, there are two A5 images per A4 sheet. Cut each sheet along the fine vertical line down the centre to make two pages with an image on each. There will be a locator shown at the top left of each image when it is the correct way up. At the bottom right of each image, you will find its initial letter in lower and upper case braille and print characters.G is for grape - This image shows four grapes on a stem. The cut end of the grape's stem is at the top of the image. It branches out to the oval shapes of the sweet purple grapes further down the page.H is for hand - This is an image of a child's hand. The hand is seen from the back with its fingers in the top left of the page and thumb to the right. The wrist is in the bottom right of the page. Each finger and the thumb have a nail shown.I is for ice cream - This is a picture of a cool and delicious ice cream cone. At the top right of the picture is the pink strawberry ice cream. The cone with its patterned surface is further down the page. It tapers down to a point in the bottom left. J is for jug - This is an image of a pottery jug. The jug fills most of the page; its spout, where you pour out liquids, can be found at the top left of the image and the handle is on the right. The jug is pale yellow and has horizontal blue stripes.K is for key - This is an image of a key for a mortice lock. The grey metal key is in the middle of the page; its handle is at the top of the image. At the bottom of the image is the part of the key that you put in the lock to open it.L is for leaf - This is an image of a single green leaf from a tree. This is a leaf from a maple tree. It is in the middle of the page with its stalk to the right. On the main part of the leaf, its veins can be found branching out from the centre to the leaf.

Alphabet- G to L (UEB Uncontracted)

by Rnib

In this series, there are two A5 images per A4 sheet. Cut each sheet along the fine vertical line down the centre to make two pages with an image on each. There will be a locator shown at the top left of each image when it is the correct way up. At the bottom right of each image, you will find its initial letter in lower and upper case braille and print characters.G is for grape - This image shows four grapes on a stem. The cut end of the grape's stem is at the top of the image. It branches out to the oval shapes of the sweet purple grapes further down the page.H is for hand - This is an image of a child's hand. The hand is seen from the back with its fingers in the top left of the page and thumb to the right. The wrist is in the bottom right of the page. Each finger and the thumb have a nail shown.I is for ice cream - This is a picture of a cool and delicious ice cream cone. At the top right of the picture is the pink strawberry ice cream. The cone with its patterned surface is further down the page. It tapers down to a point in the bottom left. J is for jug - This is an image of a pottery jug. The jug fills most of the page; its spout, where you pour out liquids, can be found at the top left of the image and the handle is on the right. The jug is pale yellow and has horizontal blue stripes.K is for key - This is an image of a key for a mortice lock. The grey metal key is in the middle of the page; its handle is at the top of the image. At the bottom of the image is the part of the key that you put in the lock to open it.L is for leaf - This is an image of a single green leaf from a tree. This is a leaf from a maple tree. It is in the middle of the page with its stalk to the right. On the main part of the leaf, its veins can be found branching out from the centre to the leaf.

Alphabet- M to R (Large Print)

by Rnib

In this series, there are two A5 images per A4 sheet. Cut each sheet along the fine vertical line down the centre of the sheet, to give two pages with an image on each. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the correct way up. At the bottom right of each image, you will find its initial letter in lower and upper case braille and print characters.M is for magnet - This image shows a magnet, a nail and a nut. The magnet is in the shape of a horseshoe; it is in the top left of the page and has two ends that curve down towards the centre of the page. The curved part of the magnet is painted red and the two ends are grey metal. The magnet attracts things that are made of iron. There is a nail stuck to the top end of the magnet and a six-sided metal nut stuck to the nail further down the page.N is for newt - This is a picture of a newt seen from the top. The dull green newt is a little amphibian creature; it lives in water and on land. Its head is on the centre left of the page with its body to the right. The newt's four legs can be found up and down from its body. Each of its feet has four toes. At the right of the image is the newt's long tapered tail.O is for owl - This is a picture of an owl seen from the side and facing right. The owl is in the centre of the page. Its head is in the top right of the page and it is turned to face you so that both its eyes and beak can be found. Down and to the left is the owl's body and folded wing. Its two legs are down from its wing and its tail feathers are to the bottom left.P is for pie - This is an image of an apple pie with a golden crust. It is seen form above. The round pie is in the centre of the page. A triangular slice has been cut out of the pie ready to eat, on the right of the page.Q is for queen - This is an image of a queen's head. The queen's head is in the middle of the page. She is facing you so that all the parts of her face can be found. At the top of the image is the queens golden crown, it is encrusted with red, green and blue jewels. Down from the crown the queenâ TMs face can be found. She has brown eyes with long lashes and long black hair, which covers her ears, to each side of her face.R is for ring - This is a picture of a ruby ring. The ring is seen from the side in the centre of the page. It has been shown about five times bigger than its actual size. The red ruby is at the top of the image. You can feel the way it has been cut to make it sparkle in the light. The circular ring curves down to the bottom part of the page.

Alphabet- M to R (UEB Contracted)

by Rnib

In this series, there are two A5 images per A4 sheet. Cut each sheet along the fine vertical line down the centre of the sheet, to give two pages with an image on each. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the correct way up. At the bottom right of each image, you will find its initial letter in lower and upper case braille and print characters.M is for magnet - This image shows a magnet, a nail and a nut. The magnet is in the shape of a horseshoe; it is in the top left of the page and has two ends that curve down towards the centre of the page. The curved part of the magnet is painted red and the two ends are grey metal. The magnet attracts things that are made of iron. There is a nail stuck to the top end of the magnet and a six-sided metal nut stuck to the nail further down the page.N is for newt - This is a picture of a newt seen from the top. The dull green newt is a little amphibian creature; it lives in water and on land. Its head is on the centre left of the page with its body to the right. The newt's four legs can be found up and down from its body. Each of its feet has four toes. At the right of the image is the newt's long tapered tail.O is for owl - This is a picture of an owl seen from the side and facing right. The owl is in the centre of the page. Its head is in the top right of the page and it is turned to face you so that both its eyes and beak can be found. Down and to the left is the owl's body and folded wing. Its two legs are down from its wing and its tail feathers are to the bottom left.P is for pie - This is an image of an apple pie with a golden crust. It is seen form above. The round pie is in the centre of the page. A triangular slice has been cut out of the pie ready to eat, on the right of the page.Q is for queen - This is an image of a queen's head. The queen's head is in the middle of the page. She is facing you so that all the parts of her face can be found. At the top of the image is the queens golden crown, it is encrusted with red, green and blue jewels. Down from the crown the queenâ TMs face can be found. She has brown eyes with long lashes and long black hair, which covers her ears, to each side of her face.R is for ring - This is a picture of a ruby ring. The ring is seen from the side in the centre of the page. It has been shown about five times bigger than its actual size. The red ruby is at the top of the image. You can feel the way it has been cut to make it sparkle in the light. The circular ring curves down to the bottom part of the page.

Alphabet- M to R (UEB Uncontracted)

by Rnib

In this series, there are two A5 images per A4 sheet. Cut each sheet along the fine vertical line down the centre of the sheet, to give two pages with an image on each. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the correct way up. At the bottom right of each image, you will find its initial letter in lower and upper case braille and print characters.M is for magnet - This image shows a magnet, a nail and a nut. The magnet is in the shape of a horseshoe; it is in the top left of the page and has two ends that curve down towards the centre of the page. The curved part of the magnet is painted red and the two ends are grey metal. The magnet attracts things that are made of iron. There is a nail stuck to the top end of the magnet and a six-sided metal nut stuck to the nail further down the page.N is for newt - This is a picture of a newt seen from the top. The dull green newt is a little amphibian creature; it lives in water and on land. Its head is on the centre left of the page with its body to the right. The newt's four legs can be found up and down from its body. Each of its feet has four toes. At the right of the image is the newt's long tapered tail.O is for owl - This is a picture of an owl seen from the side and facing right. The owl is in the centre of the page. Its head is in the top right of the page and it is turned to face you so that both its eyes and beak can be found. Down and to the left is the owl's body and folded wing. Its two legs are down from its wing and its tail feathers are to the bottom left.P is for pie - This is an image of an apple pie with a golden crust. It is seen form above. The round pie is in the centre of the page. A triangular slice has been cut out of the pie ready to eat, on the right of the page.Q is for queen - This is an image of a queen's head. The queen's head is in the middle of the page. She is facing you so that all the parts of her face can be found. At the top of the image is the queens golden crown, it is encrusted with red, green and blue jewels. Down from the crown the queenâ TMs face can be found. She has brown eyes with long lashes and long black hair, which covers her ears, to each side of her face.R is for ring - This is a picture of a ruby ring. The ring is seen from the side in the centre of the page. It has been shown about five times bigger than its actual size. The red ruby is at the top of the image. You can feel the way it has been cut to make it sparkle in the light. The circular ring curves down to the bottom part of the page.

Alphabet S to Z (Large Print)

by Rnib

In this series, there are two A5 images per A4 sheet. Cut each sheet along the fine vertical line down the centre of the sheet, to give two pages with an image on each. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the correct way up. At the bottom right of each image, you will find its initial letter in lower and upper case braille and print characters.S is for spoon - This is an image of a spoon. The spoon's grey stainless steel bowl is in the top right of the page. Down and to the left is the black plastic handle of the spoon. It has two round rivets to hold It onto the spoon's body.T is for triangle - This is a picture of a triangle, not the shape, but the musical instrument you might play in your school orchestra. At the top of the image is a green ribbon that you hold the triangle by; it is looped around the top corner of the triangle. The triangle is made from steel rod that has been bent into a three-sided shape. The triangle slopes down the page to the left and right. At the bottom of the triangle is the third side. At the bottom right of the page is the small rod that you use for striking the triangle to make a ringing sound.U is for umbrella - This is a picture of an umbrella seen from the side. The green canopy, (the fabric covering) of the umbrella is at the top right of the page, with the spiky end pointing towards the top. The umbrella's ribs curve down from the end with the fabric of the canopy arched between them at the bottom. The long tube of the umbrella goes down and left to the curved brown wooden handle at the bottom left of the page.V is for vase - This image shows a vase seen from the side with two flowers in it. At the top of the page there are two mauve coloured flowers facing you. Their green stems go down the page to the neck of the vase. The vase has a curved shape; it is coloured grey with a band of yellow, blue and pink decoration across its widest part.W is for watch - This is a picture of a watch seen from the front. Part of the watches brown leather strap is in the top right corner of the page. It has holes in it for size adjustment. Down and left is the watch face. It is seen from the front so all of the hands can be found. There is a long thick minute hand, a short thick hour hand and a long thin second hand. The small winding knob is on the right hand side of the watch face. Around the outside of the watche's face are small marks to show the hours. Further down and left is the rest of the strap and at the bottom left of the page is the small buckle for fastening the strap.X is for xylophone - This is an image of a toy xylophone: a type of musical instrument. The xylophone is in the middle of the page. It has bars of metal that you hit with the hammer at the bottom of the page to make a bell-like sound. There are eight differently coloured bars on this toy. Each one is fixed with two pins. The largest one is on the left of the page and makes the lowest note. The smallest is on the right and makes the highest note.Y is for yacht - This is an image of a toy yacht (sailing boat). The yacht is seen from the side and is facing to the left. At the top of the image is a tiny triangular red flag attached to the mast going down the page. To each side of the mast are the two triangular sails that catch the wind to move the boat. Further down the page is the boatâ TMs hull with a decorative stripe going across it and down again are the keel in the centre to steady the yacht, and the rudder on the right to steer it.Z is for zebra - This is a picture of a stripy zebra. The zebra is part of the horse family. This zebra is seen from the side and faces to the left. It is covered in mostly vertical black and white stripes. Its head is on the top left of the page and both of its ears can be found. To the right is the zebraâ TMs neck going down and right to its body. You can find its tail on the far right of the image and its four stripy legs down from its body.

Alphabet S to Z (UEB Contracted)

by Rnib

In this series, there are two A5 images per A4 sheet. Cut each sheet along the fine vertical line down the centre of the sheet, to give two pages with an image on each. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the correct way up. At the bottom right of each image, you will find its initial letter in lower and upper case braille and print characters.S is for spoon - This is an image of a spoon. The spoon's grey stainless steel bowl is in the top right of the page. Down and to the left is the black plastic handle of the spoon. It has two round rivets to hold It onto the spoon's body.T is for triangle - This is a picture of a triangle, not the shape, but the musical instrument you might play in your school orchestra. At the top of the image is a green ribbon that you hold the triangle by; it is looped around the top corner of the triangle. The triangle is made from steel rod that has been bent into a three-sided shape. The triangle slopes down the page to the left and right. At the bottom of the triangle is the third side. At the bottom right of the page is the small rod that you use for striking the triangle to make a ringing sound.U is for umbrella - This is a picture of an umbrella seen from the side. The green canopy, (the fabric covering) of the umbrella is at the top right of the page, with the spiky end pointing towards the top. The umbrella's ribs curve down from the end with the fabric of the canopy arched between them at the bottom. The long tube of the umbrella goes down and left to the curved brown wooden handle at the bottom left of the page.V is for vase - This image shows a vase seen from the side with two flowers in it. At the top of the page there are two mauve coloured flowers facing you. Their green stems go down the page to the neck of the vase. The vase has a curved shape; it is coloured grey with a band of yellow, blue and pink decoration across its widest part.W is for watch - This is a picture of a watch seen from the front. Part of the watches brown leather strap is in the top right corner of the page. It has holes in it for size adjustment. Down and left is the watch face. It is seen from the front so all of the hands can be found. There is a long thick minute hand, a short thick hour hand and a long thin second hand. The small winding knob is on the right hand side of the watch face. Around the outside of the watche's face are small marks to show the hours. Further down and left is the rest of the strap and at the bottom left of the page is the small buckle for fastening the strap.X is for xylophone - This is an image of a toy xylophone: a type of musical instrument. The xylophone is in the middle of the page. It has bars of metal that you hit with the hammer at the bottom of the page to make a bell-like sound. There are eight differently coloured bars on this toy. Each one is fixed with two pins. The largest one is on the left of the page and makes the lowest note. The smallest is on the right and makes the highest note.Y is for yacht - This is an image of a toy yacht (sailing boat). The yacht is seen from the side and is facing to the left. At the top of the image is a tiny triangular red flag attached to the mast going down the page. To each side of the mast are the two triangular sails that catch the wind to move the boat. Further down the page is the boatâ TMs hull with a decorative stripe going across it and down again are the keel in the centre to steady the yacht, and the rudder on the right to steer it.Z is for zebra - This is a picture of a stripy zebra. The zebra is part of the horse family. This zebra is seen from the side and faces to the left. It is covered in mostly vertical black and white stripes. Its head is on the top left of the page and both of its ears can be found. To the right is the zebraâ TMs neck going down and right to its body. You can find its tail on the far right of the image and its four stripy legs down from its body.

Alphabet S to Z (UEB Uncontracted)

by Rnib

In this series, there are two A5 images per A4 sheet. Cut each sheet along the fine vertical line down the centre of the sheet, to give two pages with an image on each. There is a locator dot shown, which will be at the top left of the page when the image is the correct way up. At the bottom right of each image, you will find its initial letter in lower and upper case braille and print characters.S is for spoon - This is an image of a spoon. The spoon's grey stainless steel bowl is in the top right of the page. Down and to the left is the black plastic handle of the spoon. It has two round rivets to hold It onto the spoon's body.T is for triangle - This is a picture of a triangle, not the shape, but the musical instrument you might play in your school orchestra. At the top of the image is a green ribbon that you hold the triangle by; it is looped around the top corner of the triangle. The triangle is made from steel rod that has been bent into a three-sided shape. The triangle slopes down the page to the left and right. At the bottom of the triangle is the third side. At the bottom right of the page is the small rod that you use for striking the triangle to make a ringing sound.U is for umbrella - This is a picture of an umbrella seen from the side. The green canopy, (the fabric covering) of the umbrella is at the top right of the page, with the spiky end pointing towards the top. The umbrella's ribs curve down from the end with the fabric of the canopy arched between them at the bottom. The long tube of the umbrella goes down and left to the curved brown wooden handle at the bottom left of the page.V is for vase - This image shows a vase seen from the side with two flowers in it. At the top of the page there are two mauve coloured flowers facing you. Their green stems go down the page to the neck of the vase. The vase has a curved shape; it is coloured grey with a band of yellow, blue and pink decoration across its widest part.W is for watch - This is a picture of a watch seen from the front. Part of the watches brown leather strap is in the top right corner of the page. It has holes in it for size adjustment. Down and left is the watch face. It is seen from the front so all of the hands can be found. There is a long thick minute hand, a short thick hour hand and a long thin second hand. The small winding knob is on the right hand side of the watch face. Around the outside of the watche's face are small marks to show the hours. Further down and left is the rest of the strap and at the bottom left of the page is the small buckle for fastening the strap.X is for xylophone - This is an image of a toy xylophone: a type of musical instrument. The xylophone is in the middle of the page. It has bars of metal that you hit with the hammer at the bottom of the page to make a bell-like sound. There are eight differently coloured bars on this toy. Each one is fixed with two pins. The largest one is on the left of the page and makes the lowest note. The smallest is on the right and makes the highest note.Y is for yacht - This is an image of a toy yacht (sailing boat). The yacht is seen from the side and is facing to the left. At the top of the image is a tiny triangular red flag attached to the mast going down the page. To each side of the mast are the two triangular sails that catch the wind to move the boat. Further down the page is the boatâ TMs hull with a decorative stripe going across it and down again are the keel in the centre to steady the yacht, and the rudder on the right to steer it.Z is for zebra - This is a picture of a stripy zebra. The zebra is part of the horse family. This zebra is seen from the side and faces to the left. It is covered in mostly vertical black and white stripes. Its head is on the top left of the page and both of its ears can be found. To the right is the zebraâ TMs neck going down and right to its body. You can find its tail on the far right of the image and its four stripy legs down from its body.

Feeling Ready to Read - Snow White: Little Snow White Story (PDF)

by Adrian Farnsworth

Feeling Ready to Read is an exciting pack of tactile graphic materials to develop pre-braille skills. It is based on the well-loved story of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" and has over 100 fun swell paper exercises to practice skills including accurate tracking of lines, tactile discrimination, two-handed coordination and developing a light finger touch - all vital pre-requisites for a future braille reader. Also included is a very simple version of the story with tactile illustrations for the children to "read" for themselves. Feeling Ready to Read is made up of 13 documents.

Feeling Ready to Read - Snow White: Parent and Teacher Guide (PDF)

by Adrian Farnsworth

Feeling Ready to Read is an exciting pack of tactile graphic materials to develop pre-braille skills. It is based on the well-loved story of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" and has over 100 fun swell paper exercises to practice skills including accurate tracking of lines, tactile discrimination, two-handed coordination and developing a light finger touch - all vital pre-requisites for a future braille reader. Also included is a very simple version of the story with tactile illustrations for the children to "read" for themselves. Feeling Ready to Read is made up of 13 documents.

Feeling Ready to Read - Snow White: Bashful's Book (PDF)

by Adrian Farnsworth

Feeling Ready to Read is an exciting pack of tactile graphic materials to develop pre-braille skills. It is based on the well-loved story of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" and has over 100 fun swell paper exercises to practice skills including accurate tracking of lines, tactile discrimination, two-handed coordination and developing a light finger touch - all vital pre-requisites for a future braille reader. Also included is a very simple version of the story with tactile illustrations for the children to "read" for themselves. Feeling Ready to Read is made up of 13 documents.

Feeling Ready to Read - Snow White: Character and Object Cards (PDF)

by Adrian Farnsworth

Feeling Ready to Read is an exciting pack of tactile graphic materials to develop pre-braille skills. It is based on the well-loved story of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" and has over 100 fun swell paper exercises to practice skills including accurate tracking of lines, tactile discrimination, two-handed coordination and developing a light finger touch - all vital pre-requisites for a future braille reader. Also included is a very simple version of the story with tactile illustrations for the children to "read" for themselves. Feeling Ready to Read is made up of 13 documents.

Feeling Ready to Read - Snow White: Doc's Matching Book (PDF)

by Adrian Farnsworth

Feeling Ready to Read is an exciting pack of tactile graphic materials to develop pre-braille skills. It is based on the well-loved story of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" and has over 100 fun swell paper exercises to practice skills including accurate tracking of lines, tactile discrimination, two-handed coordination and developing a light finger touch - all vital pre-requisites for a future braille reader. Also included is a very simple version of the story with tactile illustrations for the children to "read" for themselves. Feeling Ready to Read is made up of 13 documents.

Feeling Ready to Read - Snow White: Mirror Mirror (PDF)

by Adrian Farnsworth

Feeling Ready to Read is an exciting pack of tactile graphic materials to develop pre-braille skills. It is based on the well-loved story of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" and has over 100 fun swell paper exercises to practice skills including accurate tracking of lines, tactile discrimination, two-handed coordination and developing a light finger touch - all vital pre-requisites for a future braille reader. Also included is a very simple version of the story with tactile illustrations for the children to "read" for themselves. Feeling Ready to Read is made up of 13 documents.

Feeling Ready to Read - Snow White: Happy's Walks (PDF)

by Adrian Farnsworth

Feeling Ready to Read is an exciting pack of tactile graphic materials to develop pre-braille skills. It is based on the well-loved story of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" and has over 100 fun swell paper exercises to practice skills including accurate tracking of lines, tactile discrimination, two-handed coordination and developing a light finger touch - all vital pre-requisites for a future braille reader. Also included is a very simple version of the story with tactile illustrations for the children to "read" for themselves. Feeling Ready to Read is made up of 13 documents.

Feeling Ready to Read - Snow White: Grumpy's "Shut That Door" Book (PDF)

by Adrian Farnsworth

Feeling Ready to Read is an exciting pack of tactile graphic materials to develop pre-braille skills. It is based on the well-loved story of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" and has over 100 fun swell paper exercises to practice skills including accurate tracking of lines, tactile discrimination, two-handed coordination and developing a light finger touch - all vital pre-requisites for a future braille reader. Also included is a very simple version of the story with tactile illustrations for the children to "read" for themselves. Feeling Ready to Read is made up of 13 documents.

Feeling Ready to Read - Snow White: Dopey's Book (PDF)

by Adrian Farnsworth

Feeling Ready to Read is an exciting pack of tactile graphic materials to develop pre-braille skills. It is based on the well-loved story of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" and has over 100 fun swell paper exercises to practice skills including accurate tracking of lines, tactile discrimination, two-handed coordination and developing a light finger touch - all vital pre-requisites for a future braille reader. Also included is a very simple version of the story with tactile illustrations for the children to "read" for themselves. Feeling Ready to Read is made up of 13 documents.

Feeling Ready to Read - Snow White: The Queen's Spells (PDF)

by Adrian Farnsworth

Feeling Ready to Read is an exciting pack of tactile graphic materials to develop pre-braille skills. It is based on the well-loved story of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" and has over 100 fun swell paper exercises to practice skills including accurate tracking of lines, tactile discrimination, two-handed coordination and developing a light finger touch - all vital pre-requisites for a future braille reader. Also included is a very simple version of the story with tactile illustrations for the children to "read" for themselves. Feeling Ready to Read is made up of 13 documents.

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