Members of the Keystone Chapter will once again be holding a Louis Braille Carnival at Saint Lucy’s Day School in Philadelphia.
Games like Braille Twister and a Braille-oriented version of musical chairs are hits with the kids who have fun while learning about the importance of Braille.
Story Time shows how Braille can be used to read books at the same speed as using print and encourages the kids to keep practicing.
There is always an art activity, too, that brings Braille and the kids’ creativity together.
This year’s Braille Carnival will probably be held on Valentine’s Day, but stayed tuned for more details.