First of all, we've got sheets telling you how blind people read Braille, as well as quick biographies of Louis Braille and Helen Keller; so whatever your project's on, we've got the info you'll need. And better yet, each sheet has a couple paragraphs printed at the top - and then the same text in Braille below that. So while kids are reading a brief yet concise summary of your topic, they'll be able to see firsthand how a blind person would read that same info by touch.
Without a doubt, this is your best bet if you're making a poster or looking for something to put up on the board. And, of course, these sheets are great hand-out items - kids will actually read them and show them to their friends because of the Braille at the bottom.
(From the Braille Handouts shelf.)