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Let’s watch Elias and Noah playing this activity for the first time.

Time has passed quickly: it’s already time for the presentation of the last activity of our online course.

“Perfect 10” is a memory game allowing players to develop tactile reading skills, and improve memory, observation and addition skills.

  • Preparation

Eight number bricks (“1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”) are placed upside down in two rows so that studs cannot be felt or seen.

  • Directions

    • Player one turns over two bricks and places them in their original spots, reads the number bricks and adds the numbers together.

    • Player one keeps the bricks if the two numbers add up to ten or replaces them in the same place if they do not add up to ten.

    • Player two continues the activity following the same instructions.

A modelling clay rectangle prevents bricks from moving and helps children easily replace them.

Another option is to place a LEGO Classic brick on each number LEGO Braille Brick to hide them.

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