Utah Foundation for the Blind and Visually Impaired
"Dedicated to helping the blind children of Utah 
make the most of their lives since 1988."
Utah Foundation for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Dedicated to helping the blind children of Utah 
make the most of their lives since 1988."



We are currently working on repairing the links to back issues of the UFB Braille Magazine. (Some gremlin scrambled up everything and we are sorting it out.)
 

The UFB Braille Magazine is now available online via downloadable files beginning with the 2012 issues. All previous issues will be available within the next few months. Two versions of each issue are available; the regular (grade two contracted) braille (dxb) file and the non-translated (dxp) file that can be used for translation into grade one braille or for making a print copy.

 

These files may differ from the originally published UFB Braille Magazine in any of the following ways.

 

The UFB Braille Magazine is intended to assist students in their learning and mastering of reading braille. Teachers may emboss and use issues of the magazine in any way they feel will help students learn braille and improve their braille reading fluency, speed, and comprehension. Some popular learning activities that teachers have used the UFB Braille Magazine for include independent home reading, group or individual oral reading, repetitive reading, and assigned home reading to family members.

 

Our objective with the UFB Braille Magazine is to provide high interest reading material for students that they enjoy and look forward to reading, and that they can generally read in a short amount of time. As new issues are periodically produced we invite your feedback, suggestions, and especially items you feel would be of interest to students that can be included in the magazine.

 

The Utah Foundation for the Blind and Visually Impaired



UFB Magazine Issues
Links to be repaired soon.

2012