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Unboxing LEGO Braille Bricks toolkit

Let's have a look at the content of the box.
Stine Storm, Senior Play and Health specialist at the LEGO Foundation presents the contents of the box.

Stine shares information about the number of letters, how colours have been chosen, use of the brick separator and much more.

We encourage the many practitioners who have already received and played with their toolkits to share experiences, photos and videos in the LEGO Braille Bricks Facebook community and in the comments below!

If you have not received your requested toolkit or would like to know if you are eligible, please check LEGObraillebricks.com/get-bricks or send an email to info@legobraillebricks.com.

But don’t worry, you can still follow this course. It contains many videos of children learning through play using LEGO Braille Bricks and detailed articles with enough information for you to learn and have fun too!

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Learning through Play with LEGO® Braille Bricks

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