Blind Second Grader Makes Braille Valentines for Her Classmates

They say "love" both in braille and in print

It’s pretty common practice for elementary school-aged kids to bring in cards for their fellow classmates to celebrate Valentine’s Day. But this year, one second grader’s unique twist on the traditional Valentine is quickly going viral.

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Reddit user mack3r shared a photo of his blind daughter’s homemade braille cards, which she created using a tool called a Perkins Brailler (basically a typewriter for writing in braille). The Valentines are heart-shaped and say “love” both in braille and in print so her classmates can read them.

Many other Redditors have responded positively to the post.

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