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Children Learning Braille Through LEGOs

Learning can be fun depending on the method one uses to instruct or impart information. For kids with visual impairment, they can now learn Braille through LEGOs. The concept is an interesting take on learning through playing and certainly it would be a great way for the children not only to learn but to socialize.

The LEGO Foundation and LEGO Group announced yesterday at a conference in Paris that the company would be launching Braille Bricks kits in 2020. Each set has about 250 bricks containing studs that represent the letters and numbers of the Braille alphabet, which empowers people to learn spelling and punctuation, read books, type on a keyboard, and more.

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