These blank braille cell sheets are fantastic for learning to read and write braille. Copy or print this resource onto hotspot paper and you have a versatile resource that your learners will love. I have used coloured sticky gems to place in the holes of the cells to consolidate letters.
I designed this because I wanted to help learners to have a visual in their mind of where the dots go and what each braille letter looks like. By feeling the whole raised cell the learner can identify in various different ways (number or pattern for example) where the dots are to placed for each letter, hopefully making it easier to transfer their knowledge when reading Braille. The black and white contrast is great for learners with visiual impairment.
Template is printable on A3, 10 rows of 5 cells 5.5cm x 3.7 cm. Template can be used for all ages, subjects and special needs.
Please note that this is a PDF so please ensure that you have the appropriate software to be able to download and open the file.
I hope you enjoy using this template. I have found it so useful in the classroom as I teach a 4 year old Braille who has Optic Nerve Hypoplasia and his progression in reading and writing braille has rapidly increased since using this template.