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DO IT YOURSELF PURPOSE: To provide large braille dots for games, teaching activities, and bulletin boards. Use damaged, advertising, or obsolete CD disks for braille enhancement activities. Place disks on a sheet of black paper to enhance contrast and ask questions such as "How many letters can be made using only two dots?" or "How many letters can be made with four dots?" More advanced activities might include presenting a specific set of CD Dots and asking how many contractions can be made. The CDs can also be used as game pieces or as bulletin board displays by hanging them on push pins with plastic heads in braille configurations. TITLE: CD Dots (in Springboard). AUTHOR: Sheila Amato. JOURNAL: RE:view. REF: Vol 35 no 1, Spring 2003: p.26. PAGES (including cover): 2 2003.
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