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Alphabetical towers: principals and options

Build an alphabetical base plate and use it as a quick access to specific bricks.
We have seen in week 3 the importance of having our toolkit ready to quickly and easily select specific braille bricks.

We suggest making alphabetical towers of bricks on one base plate and using them as a quick access to sorted bricks.

Building alphabetical base plates with children can help them to understand how bricks are arranged and then find them easily. They enjoy it as a warm up activity and appreciate finding the bricks as fast as they can!

Let’s have a look at different options!

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