Alright, admit it you have 100’s of them stashed away somewhere, in the attic,  storable bins, and even toy boxes. Nearly every child on Earth loves playing with Legos – even kids who are blind or visually impaired.  That’s why the company is rolling out a new set of “Braille Bricks” just for them.

Each Braille Brick will have studs matching the numbers and letters in the Braille alphabet.  They will also feature a printed letter or number so teachers and family members can learn along with the child. The best part?  ‘Braille Bricks’ will be fully compatible with other Lego bricks.  The 250-piece set will launch sometime in 2020, and select schools will be given a set for free.

 

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