|Age Range (Description)||7 years and up|
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- Family-favorite card game UNO is now available with braille on every card!
- UNO Braille was developed in partnership with the National Federation of the Blind to make it easy for blind and low-vision players to join in the fun.
- Braille is featured on every card in the 112-card deck as well as on packaging.
- When you're down to one card, don't forget to yell, "UNO!" UNO Braille makes a great gift for kids ages 7 years and older.
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UNO Braille -- Fun for Everyone!
Now everyone can join in the UNO card-matching, smack-talking fun and compete on equal footing with UNO Braille, developed by Mattel in partnership with the National Federation of the Blind,
BRAILLE EDITION Includes Braille on Every Card!
The instructions and card deck in braille allow blind and low-vision individuals to play without an interpreter. Instructions are also available in audible, digital and printable formats.
Braille is featured on every card in the 112-card deck, along with the classic color and number design!
As with classic UNO, players race to get rid of their cards by matching a card in their hand with the current card shown on the top of the discard pile. Play action cards like Skip, Reverse and Wild Draw Four to shake up the competition.
Everyone Wins with UNO Braille!
UNO Braille ensures everyone enjoys game night. Makes a great gift for game lovers 7 years and older, especially blind and low-vision players.
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My sighted 4 year old loves to close her eyes and "read" the Braille.
I would've liked a little educational cheat sheet for sighted people explaining each braille character, but it was written for blind not sighted so it made sense it wasn't included.
They are a little hard to shuffle because of the raised Braille dots and I think if the cardstock was a little thicker it would've been easier. And the cards do stick to each other a little.
By Crafty Fanatic on November 30, 2020
Good Job Mattel!!