These bingo boards feature braille & black, raised numbers, and they measure 8 1/4" X 8 1/4". Markers included.
Our Braille Sliding Puzzle is so small and sleek that it will easily tuck into any shirt pocket or your purse. The sturdy plastic frame holds a total of fifteen sliding tiles, each with a braille letter on it. To solve the puzzle, you simply slide the squares around to try to line up the letters to spell out these words:
Of course, it sounds much easier than it actually is. And yes, all of the squares are securely attached inside the puzzle, meaning this is a self-contained brain-teaser with moving parts – but none of which will ever fall out or go missing.
This classic checkers set has been adapted for use by the blind or visually impaired. The molded plastic board is divided into alternating recessed squares, and the wooden checkers come in two shapes, round and square, for easy differentiation. Also included are king pieces, which are double the thickness of the regular checkers.
This all wood chess set is made entirely of authentic, genuine teak. The playing board alone is breathtaking. Complete with wooden playing pieces, specially-designed to be identified by touch, this set is a must-have for any blind chess player. No, you won’t find any plastic feet, glued-on squares, or mold-casted playing pieces in this one-of-a-kind, all-new presentation of chess. The heavy-weight playing board will look elegant on any surface, from coffee table to nightstand, and the wooden playing pieces are fun to play with and authentic to feel.
When your bingo numbers are called, mark them by pushing the translucent plastic tabs over the numbers. After you win, just push them back and you are ready for the next game. Cards measure 8 × 9 inches. Numbers measure nearly .75 inches.
These cards can be viewed with great ease. Black numbers measuring approx. 3/4" on a white background outlined in red. The card itself measures approximately 8" x 9-1/4".
Large, sharp, bold black numbers on a yellow background are easier to see and read than standard bingo cards. Now all you bingo players can play this game without stress, in a relaxing and enjoyable fashion. The card is laminated for durability and longevity, and will stay in like-new condition regardless of spills and messes. Just wipe clean. This giant bingo card measures 11×17. The numbers are 2" in size and are presented in numerical sequence and random order.
In this accessible version of the classic Go Fish card matching game, cards in this set show the number and fish name in raised Braille, so blind players can also join in on the fun.
Standard double six dominoes that have raised, tactile, black colored dots. Dominoes measure 1" x 2". Includes a black storage case.
These jumbo 1 inch number index playing cards with Braille are plastic coated.
Designed by the ophthalmologist Dr. Gerald Marinoff, these playing cards enable individuals with vision problems to more easily see the numbers, which are 1.25 inch high. The black outline that surrounds the large numbers makes them stand out.
This version of the favorite Old Maid children's card game features bright, colorful illustrations of animals along with the animal's name in print. Plus, with Braille markings identifying the animals on each card, it's accessible to blind and visually impaired players of all ages, so the whole family can enjoy playing.
The original version of this classic game includes the 106 tiles and 4 sturdy racks for holding them. The colors stand out boldly against the ivory tiles.
These large (.75 x .75 inch) dice have black tactile dots on a white background.
Tic-Tac-Toe is a quick yet challenging game for children. The first player to make a straight line (either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally) is the winner … but it's harder than it sounds. The game is easy to learn, fun to play, and unpredictable until the last move!
Since the black pieces are square and the white ones are round, blind or visually impaired players will have no trouble telling by touch which pieces are which. Due to these large, tactile pieces, and the full-sized, six-inch playing board, this classic game can be played by kids ages three and up. It's also a good choice for people who aren't used to playing games without sight.
Now accessible for all! This standard Uno deck features Braille in the corners so everyone can play. Does not include the card tray and score pad.