These Lego bricks have bumps that teach Braille

For students who are blind or low-vision, it’s a way to combine play and learning.

In one of the newest Lego sets under development, the bumps that hold the toys together have a second purpose: They also help children learn Braille. The series of dots on each brick represents a different letter of the Braille alphabet, the numbers zero through nine, and a handful of math symbols.

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