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Simple Drawings with your Perkins Brailler Article

Drawing with your Perkins Brailler

Follow the designs below. No spaces are used unless you see the word “space”.

Braille heart

Row 1: s e i wh
Row 2: gh space space ar
Row 3: space e i

Braille rabbit

Row 1: space s s wh
Row 2: space gh gh ar en in i c c e en
Row 3: space s space 9 wh
Row 4: ow space 10 dots 4-5-6 s wh
Row 5: space wh space 9 ar e i
Row 6: the x – - – ar ow – - – - o

This rabbit takes 6 lines down and 14 spaces across. It is a side view of a bunny lying down with its ears straight up and its fluffy tail behind. The back is hunched up a bit in readiness to jump. We use it in our books as a symbol of intermediate work, jumping from easy material into what is harder and will bring us to more difficult material later.

Braille train

Row 1: space 3, s, space twice, ed, 4 c, s, n
Row 2: space 3, for, space 2, dots 4-5-6, space 4, l, space 12, in, 9 c, s, en
Row 3: space, ow, p, c, v, hyphen, number sign, space 4, l, space 12, l, space 3, ff, colon, dd, space 3, dots 4-5-6
Row 4: space 2, l, space 8, l, space, p, 8 c, s, th, space, l, space 3, l, space, dots 4-5-6, space 3, dots 4-5-6
Row 5: space, st, v, in, c, en, 2 hyphens, in, c, en, r, colon, v, in, c, en, 2 hyphens, in, c, en, number sign, colon, v, in, c, en, 2 hyphens, in, c, en, hyphen, number sign
Row 6: st, space, space, e, hyphen, i, space, space, e, hyphen, i, space 3, e, hyphen, i, space 2, e, hyphen, i, space 3, e, hyphen, i, space 2, e, hyphen, i

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