Wolfner Accessible Games for Youths and Adults
To order any of these titles, contact the library by email, mail or phone. You may also request these titles online through WolfPAC.
Games for Younger Children
Braille Alphabet A-Z
Print/Braille Game. Ages 2 and up. Description: This 26-piece Braille Alphabet set can be played 2 sided, one upper case, another one lower case. Each piece has a Braille symbol that represents each letter in the alphabet. It helps to teach young children to read print and/or braille with a sighted or visually impaired adult. 2014.
Print/Braille Game. Ages 3-12. 2-4 players. Object: In Ear Tug the players pull colored wooden ear shapes from a bag and match them to cardboard tiles with animals on them. Rules for 3 games with this basic mechanism are given. 2017.
Braille Board Game. Ages 3 and up. 2-4 players. Object: Players pick fruit from their trees to place in their baskets. The first player to fill his or her basket with 10 fruits is the winner. 2007.
Lacing Buttons Tactile-Braille Activity Set
Print/Braille Game. Ages 3 and up. 1 or more players. Description: Encourages manual dexterity and manipulative/fine motor skills and supports early number, math & color learning. 2015.
Memory-Grade 1 Braille
Print/Braille Game. Ages 3 and up. 1 or more players. Object: Flipping cards to try to get pairs of matching cards. First person to clear the play area wins. Uncontracted braille/Grade 1 braille. 2013.
Memory-Grade 2 Braille
Print/Braille Game. Ages 3 and up. 1 or more players. Object: Flipping cards to try to get pairs of matching cards. First person to clear the play area wins. Contracted braille/Grade 2 braille. 2013.
My First Orchard
Print/Braille Game. Ages 2 and up. 1-4 players. Object: This game is a simplified variation of our classic "Orchard" game has been adapted to suit very young players. The game material is especially designed for small children’s hands. It will foster improved motor skills and is also totally suitable for free play. Talk with your child about the colors and shapes of the wooden pieces thus stimulating your child’s language, auditory and creative skills as well as enhancing the joy of playing. 2017.
Games for Older Children
Print/Braille Game. Ages 7 and up. 1-8 players. Object: Players race against each other to build crossword grids. 2015.
Best Treehouse Ever
Print/Braille Game. Ages 8 and up. 2-4 players. Object: players compete to build the best treehouse in the neighborhood. Players will outfit their treehouse with the coolest rooms, all while making sure their tree doesn't tip over and that their rooms are the most impressive at the end of the game. 2015.
Print/Braille game. Ages 3 and up. For 1 or more players. Object: Match the letters on the cubes with letters on the picture/word card and spell the 3- or 4-letter name of the object. 2005.
Print/Braille game. Ages 5 and up. For two players. Object: To remove the opponent's pieces from the board. 2015.
Tactile game. Ages 6 and up. For two players. Object: To connect four like checkers in a row. 2013.
Double Nine Dominoes
Print/Braille game. Ages 6 and up. For 2-10 players, depending on game variation. Object: To score the most or least points or play the last domino, depending on game variation. 2015.
Go Fish! Flash Cards
For 2-4 players. Ages 4 and up. Object: Make the most matching pairs. 2015.
Left Center Right Card Game
Print/Braille game. Ages 5 and up. 3 or more players. Object: To flip over cards (which are marked Left, Right, Center or Safe) and pass chips accordingly to the player to their left (L) or right (R), put them in the center pot (C) or keep them (S). The last player with chips is the winner and takes the center pot. 2015.
Print/Braille Game. Ages 7 and up. 2-6 players. Object: In this famous old French card game, players compete to drive 1000 km, dealing with hazards along the way. Draw a card to your hand, play or discard. You must lay a green traffic light to start, play cards showing mileage, dump hazards (flat tire, speed limit) on the other players, remedy hazards (spare tire, end of limit) from yourself, play safety cards (puncture proof), and try to be the first to clock up the distance. 2016.
Print/Braille Game. Ages 5 and up. 2-6 players. Object: A tactical thinking game involving chance while racing cars.
Skip-Bo Card Game
Print/Braille game. Ages 7 and up. 2-6 players. Object: Each player or partner is dealt a stack of cards and then has to try to win by playing all those cards and building piles in numerical sequence. 2015.
Print/Braille card game. Ages 7 and up. 2-10 players. Objective: To play all the cards in your hand. When only one card is remaining, the cardholder must shout "Uno!" alerting others that he or she is down to the last card in his or her hand. 2010.