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Braille Lego Bricks Is A Fun New Way To Teach Blind Children Literacy

Published 3 years ago

Integrating a blind child into society is a big challenge for parents. Which is why the Dorina Nowill Foundation teamed up with Lew’Lara\TBWA agency to spread their new idea – Lego Braille Bricks.

Braille Bricks is a toy for literacy and inclusion of blind children into society. Literacy is the key when it comes to children’s development and there is no better way to learn than through play. Inside the package, there are 26 different bricks, that represent the complete Braille alphabet.

Even if you’re not affected, you can still play your part by spreading the idea with the hashtag #BrailleBricksForAll, to bring this toy to as many shops worldwide as possible.

More info: braillebricks.com (h/t: ufunk)

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blind children, Braille alphabet, Braille Bricks, children with disabilities, Dorina Nowill Foundation, educating children, educational toys, Lego Braille Bricks, lego design, Lew’Lara, Lew’Lara\TBWA
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