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How to Choose Lego Braille Bricks

This video gives highlights on how children can select Lego Braille Bricks. Louis Braille, a French young blind student, invented the braille code in the early 19th century. Lego Braille …

Questions & Answers

Please, find below some more Questions and Answers. Q: Who is it for? LEGO Braille Bricks are to help blind and visually impaired children to learn Braille and benefit from …

Ready to play?

You are now going to play “Hidden Word”, an activity to develop vocabulary through manipulation of braille and classic bricks within a creative construction. Ask a friend to think of …

How to make a lesson plan?

There are many options for building a lesson plan with LEGO Braille Bricks. Combining several LEGO Braille Bricks activities: linking several activities of the same category or mixing the categories. …

What is play?

At the LEGO Foundation, we recognize play as a powerful learning context. Learning through play builds on how we naturally learn from birth. It can include games to memorize facts, …

Course learnings

We are nearing the end of this eight-week course. You have learned so much about: Learning through play (recognise holistic skills developed by children at play, identify the five characteristics …

Ready to build a transportable 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 …

The five skills for holistic development

Children learn through play Learning happens right from birth. Children have an amazing natural potential to learn about the world through play. You may wonder how children build more complex, …

Activity kits: principles and options

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 …

Ready to sort your bricks?

Various elements can be used to compartmentalise and design your personalised toolkit: Eight plastic drawer dividers (inexpensive and easy to buy) – or create your own, from other material, like …

Watch children

As you may have seen, in this activity Joao understood what the story was about. He was not just playing with bricks, he was really saving the turtles. In the …

Sort the bricks: principles and options

This video provides ideas on how to use different materials and techniques to sort bricks. Using these tips can lessen the time required for activity preparation! During the following weeks, …

Watch children

You’ve just watched Carla and Ryan, two teenagers who really enjoy playing “Battle”! This numeracy activity allows identification relative to the value of a number brick and comparison between two …