To Help Children Learn Braille, Lego Will Introduce Bricks Designed For The Blind
This week, Lego announced plans to unveil customized bricks designed to help children who are blind or visually impaired learn to read Braille. At a time when Braille literacy is declining among Americans, advocates for the visually impaired say the new product introduces a fun, interactive way to engage with the tactile system.
Phil Smith III
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