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Activity kits: principles and options

Discover various ways to build portable activity kits.

Children love to share what they have learned in school.

A portable kit can give them the opportunity to do so.

There are several ways to prepare an activity in advance, and give it to the child, as homework, or as an activity to do on their own, in class.

Please share your ideas in the comments below or/and in LEGO Braille Bricks Facebook community.

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