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Body Braille Twister

"Body Braille Twister", a good example of an activity incorporating the five characteristics of playful experiences.
When playing this very physical and exciting activity, children develop spatial and motor skills while recognising spatial organisation of the braille cell.

“Body Braille Twister” uses the five characteristics of playful experiences: joyful, meaningful, socially interactive, iterative and actively engaging!

Drawing of all five characteristics

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Learning through Play with LEGO® Braille Bricks

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