My Modern Met writes:
Braille Bricks aim to stimulate creativity and help blind children learn to read and write. The blocks are created by modifying the classic building block design to form the 26 letters of the alphabet in Braille. The Nowill Foundation also hopes that their tools will help to include all children, with or without visual impairments.
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