Hands on the keys of a Perkins Brailler: Brailler image has been modified to have a smiling, talking mouth.

Parts of the Perkins Brailler: Student-created video

This silly video makes learning the Perkins Braille Writer parts FUN!

Tired of teaching the same old things the same old way? These two kindergarten students have created a humorous video about the parts of the Perkins Brailler. Using cartoon voices and the ChatterPix software, these kids name the various brailler parts, share their nicknames for the parts, and explain what each part is for. This video is guaranteed to make you smile!


These two talented students, with help from their fun TSVI, Niki Rogers, have created and shared two other fun braille videos:

By Diane Brauner

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