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  1. American Printing House (APH) Braille Bug is a kids' site that teaches sighted children grades 3 through 6 about braille, and encourages literacy among sighted and visually impaired children in a fun environment packed with facts, information, games, graphics, and activities.
  2. Braille, universally accepted system of writing used by and for blind persons and consisting of a code of 63 characters, each made up of one to six raised dots arranged in a six-position matrix or cell. These Braille characters are embossed in lines on paper and read by passing the fingers lightly.
  3. Braille Skateboarding is a Skateboarding media company with over 5 Million followers across our social platforms. We are the largest skateboarding YouTube channel in the world and our tutorials have taught millions how to skateboard. Braille was founded on the mission to push skateboarding all over the world and introduce new people to the joys.
  4. The Braille system is a way of writing things. It is named after Louis Braille, the French man who invented it. The system is used by blind people to read and write. The Braille system uses a set of raised bumps or dots that can be felt with a finger. Each set of dots is a character in an alphabet, and the numbers and some punctuation.
  5. Braille definition: 1. a system of printing for blind people, in which each letter is represented as a raised pattern. Learn more.
  6. WE MAKE SKATEBOARDING VIDEOS! LEARN TO SKATEBOARD! On our channel you will find skateboarding content as well as the best tutorials for learning to skateboar.
  7. Braille is a code that enables us to read with our fingertips using a system of six raised dots. It was created in by a French boy named Louis Braille when he was just eleven years old. Today, Braille is used all over the world in many languages.
  8. Braille transcription is the process of converting printed text to braille. Sometimes people confuse braille transcription with braille translation but this portrays a misleading connotation that braille is a different language rather than merely a different system of reading and writing the same language.

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