Franz Phooko

Braille Word Search Puzzles

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Braille Word Search Puzzles is expressing braille wordplay search to stretch mind and bay time because we live in a world where the new normal involves spending all of our time at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t be amused in the process. Now that we have nothing else better to do during lockdown restrictions, it’s the perfect time to play Braille word search puzzles to have fun.

Braille word search puzzles is an associative collages of words, for people who are blind or visually impaired to encourage vocabulary, and tactile skills. It’s occupied for at least a few days because the subject matter of this game challenges everyone in the family with a puzzle that’s as difficult as it is satisfying to solve. The game is challenging, engaging and fun.

About Franz Phooko

Franz, born 1987 in Pretoria, grew up in a rural village Botlokwa outside of Polokwane and studied Diploma in Art and Design at Capricorn FET College in 2009. Clinching early exhibitions at local galleries including Polokwane Art Museum, Phooko went on to be a finalist for SASOL New Signatures Art Competition in 2010, ’11 and ’13, and ABSA L‘Atelier Art Competition.

In 2009, he ventured outside the gallery walls into mural art paintings around Polokwane City in preparation for the 2010 Soccer World Cup tournament. In 2011, he participated on nine Art Murals Painting around Limpopo commissioned by Polokwane Municipality, in subsequent years. He participated in the FIRST INTERNATIONAL MURAL ENCOUNTER in Tzaneen, Limpopo province in 2013, in SADEC mural art activities for heritage month in 2016, illustrated four Children’s books from Room to Read (PUBLISHED) Pretoria (2013/’11/’10), and a book from (SAIDE) South African Institute for Distance Education in 2015.

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