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How to make a lesson plan?

Discover the main options to build great lesson plans.

There are many options for building a lesson plan with LEGO Braille Bricks.

  1. Combining several LEGO Braille Bricks activities: linking several activities of the same category or mixing the categories. For example, to teach counting, combine a pre-braille activity as a warm-up with Character and Numeracy activities.

  2. Performing multiple activity variations: with a notion of progression, according to the child’s level.

  3. Organizing several activities: according to time constraints and student needs

  4. Considering pre-requisites: to be able to perform some activities, students may need to complete previous tasks.

  5. Mixing activities which focus on the same parameter: a characteristic of playful experience, a skill, an object, etc.

  6. Incorporating activities using other objects: such as classic LEGO bricks, egg box carton, regular braille on paper, etc.

During the following weeks, Lesson Plan section will provide you with useful information to build your own lesson plans based on specific objects, pre-requisites and/or skills.

We will even build long-term lesson plans!

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Learning through Play with LEGO® Braille Bricks

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