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The Wilson Digital Voice Recorder

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REVISED: New features of Version 4:
Battery-saving Off switchWhen memory is full, the oldest recorded message is automatically deleted
The Wilson is a state-of-the art digital voice recorder that is simple to use and inexpensive. Makes a great gift!

Record up to twelve hours of voice messages and download your computer via the included USB cable.
FeaturesStores multiple messagesEasily add or delete messagesClips to your belt, visor, or purseLP/SP switch for "Long Play" or "Standard Play" (shorter recording time, better sound quality)USB cable port and included cableUse to RecordPhone numbersAddressesShopping ListRemindersTo-do listsNotesAppointmentsMessagesLecturesDirectionsAudio instructionsAnd much more!Measures 2 x 3 x 0.5 inches.

Note: Requires 2 AAA batteries (not included).

Note: The Wilson digital recorder is not related to the Wilson Reading System product.
Not available with Quota funds.

Catalog number: 1-03993-02

American Printing House for the Blind, Inc.
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UPDATED! Building on Patterns: Primary Braille Literacy Program First Grade Level

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UPDATED! Building on Patterns, Second Grade, Unit 7 now available!


Building on Patterns (BOP) is a complete primary literacy program designed to teach beginning braille users all language arts--reading, writing, and spelling.

Note: Building on Patterns: First Grade replaces Patterns Reading: Preprimer, Primer, and First Reader Levels. The remaining lesson units of Patterns First Grade (Units 2-7) and Unit 8 (Introductory and Supplemental Information) will be released during the 2009-2010 school year.
The Building on Patterns series addresses phonemic awareness (ability to hear and interpret sounds in speech), phonics (the association of written symbols with the sounds they represent), comprehension, fluency, and oral vocabulary, all of which have been identified as important for reading instruction.
This program also addresses specific skill areas needed by the child who is blind, such as language development, sound discrimination, tactual discrimination, and concept development. Brail…