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Ready to build a transportable kit?

Learn how to create your own portable activity kit.
A portable activity kit allows children to do and show their work in different places.

In this example a kit is created by placing these items inside a small portable binder, adding:

  • a plastic zipper pouch

  • a pouch or an envelope

  • a base plate adapted to the size of the binder

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Learning through Play with LEGO® Braille Bricks

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