May 16 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Braille Games strengthens literacy skills through creative and recreational activities for braille users ages 3-18. This year, students will use their braille skills while exploring all things that make Wisconsin special. From the animals that thrive in the forest and lakes, to the story of the first Kindergarten, join us as we learn about the diverse habitats, history and stories of Wisconsin.
Audio & Braille Literacy Enhancement, Vision Forward Association, the Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library and the Milwaukee Public Museum, in cooperation with the
Milwaukee and suburban school districts, are once again collaborating to host this intergenerational event.
No charge to attend. Pizza lunch will be provided and students will receive a backpack full of goodies. Only one family member per student will be able to participate in the games. Wrist bands will be provided for other family members to explore the museum during the games.
Space is limited, register early!
For more information and to register, contact:
Debbie Block, Volunteer & Events Coordinator, 414-615-0161 or firstname.lastname@example.org