Helen Keller was well known for her perseverance. She stuck with things even when they were hard. Sometimes math games can be hard. This one, Math Limbo, starts out easy, but gets more difficult. Don’t give up!
Here is another biography of Hellen Keller. What do you think about Helen’s teacher, Anne Sullivan? Have you had a teacher that has helped you?
Fingerspelling is used in American Sign Language to spell out words. Use this ABC chart to spell out your name and get some exercise. Try the names of the people in your family too!
Helen Keller said, “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched; they must be felt with the heart.” What do you think she meant? Draw a picture to go along with this famous quote.
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