Recommendations by a Certified Braille Transcriber for Braille Merch on Amazon!

My Favorite Things on Amazon

I'm 100% obsessed with braille.

As a Certified Braille Transcriber, it's important to me that the braille and the educational learning aids are accurate.

I regularly test out different types of braille slates, I seek out braille-related apparel and home décor, I read tactile picture books and workbooks for learning braille, and I love finding adapted games in braille.

Learning braille should be fun!

Here's a list of some of my favorite things:

Green, square maze of a four leaf clover. The walls of the maze are raised. There is an indented triangle to mark the start and there are indented circles to mark where to hold your breath.

Fun & Games

Drawing with Your Perkins Brailler by Charlson (instructions are in print, examples are in embossed braille)

Braille Chocolate Bar Mold

Mindful Maze Set (tactile maze)

Raised-line Watercolor Set
Pop-It Keychains

Silicone Sphere Mold (for making Jello eyeballs)

UNO braille

6x6 Pop-It


Louis Braille Tshirt

Retro Braille Tshirt

8 different types of slates and three stylus are shown in the picture, along with the print and SimBraille words for "abc"

Braille Slates and Labelers

A4 Slate that Hangs in a 3-Ring Binder (27 lines x 30 cells)

Janus Interline Slate (index card slate)

Green Slate and Stylus (9 lines x 30 cells)

Paperless Slate and Stylus

Reizen RL-350 Braille Labeler

Aken Label Tape (red, yellow, blue, green & black) 3/8"

Reizen Clear Labeling Tape 3/8"

Reizen Clear Labeling Tape 1/2"

Reizen Orange Labeling Tape 1/2"

Reizen Red Labeling Tape 1/2"

Single Line Slate

Slate that Hangs in a 3-Ring Binder (9 lines x 21 cells)

8.5" x 11" Blue Slate and Stylus (25 lines x 28 cells)

Manipulatives for Learning Braille
Paint Palette- 6 Wells
Flat Glass Marbles

Cover of the board book, "Counting" by DK Braille. The braille is uncontracted, and in print and in raised braille.


Braille for the Sighted by Collins (workbook)*

Braille Sudoku by Zhong Hua*

Demystifying Disability: What to Know, What to Say, and How to be an Ally by Ladau

DK Braille: Animals (board book)

DK Braille: Counting (board book)

DK Braille: Farm (board book)

DK Braille: It Can't be True: Incredible Tactile Comparisons (board book)

DK Braille: Shapes (board book)

I Am Perfectly Designed by Karamo Brown and Jason "Rachel" Brown (This is NOT in braille. You have to add your own braille labels.)

Six Dots: A Story of Young Louis Braille by Bryant (picture book)

The Hunting Accident: A True Story of Crime and Poetry by David Carlson (graphic novel, very dark)

Two Canes on the Tundra by Tellefson (story book)

What was I Scared of? by Dr. Seuss (glow in the dark stickers, add your own braille labels)

Who was Louis Braille? by Frith (story book)


Braille Sudoku by Zhong Hua*

DK Braille: Counting (board book)

Uncle Goose Braille Math Blocks

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*It is difficult locating accurate braille on products.

*Braille for the Sighted by Collins uses an outdated way to write three or more words in all caps. Watch my video for an explanation on how to properly transcribe three or more words in all caps.

*Braille Sudoku by Hua doesn't properly explain how to write a number in braille. I made a video explaining how to write numbers.

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