LEGO plans to account for “eleven languages across twenty countries” by early 2021 and contains prepared an internet site full of suggested activities for how kids and educators can use LEGO Braille Bricks to learn the writing system.Each toolkit will have “300+ LEGO Braille Bricks covering the full alphabet in the chosen language, numbers 0-9, and select mathematical symbols and punctuation marks.” The famous LEGO studs have now been moulded so they correspond to the Braille alphabet, with the right letters and symbols marked on the bricks to enable them to be used in collaboration with sighted players as well.
LEGO Braille Bricks toolkits will soon be distributed free of charge to “select institutions, schools and services catering to the education of children with visual impairment” as they roll out all over the world in the coming months.
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