These tips are for making Monopoly accessible to blind and low vision players. The techniques can be used for any board game. I didn’t braille every single piece of information as some things like the price of properties and the full names are easily memorized and I wanted to use the regular sized print board.
The only supplies I used were dymo tape, a Brailler and some braille paper.
Dice are easy to read by touch. We put a mark in the center of the board so everyone can find the dice easily.
For squares on the board I made a tactile divider between each square and put a braille initial above each. The initials are also color coded for our low vision players.
If I needed it, I could have put the price in braille also.
The property cards I Brailled with a shorthand of the name and rent amounts.
Chance and Community Chest cards each have a number corresponding to a numbered list in braille.
The money has each denomination folded a different way.
Enjoy, but don’t land on income tax!!