The LEGO Foundation is coming out with a line of braille bricks for blind and visually impaired kids. The LEGO Foundation has designed a line of bricks molded with studs that correspond to the numbers and letters in the braille alphabet. And they’re sending them to school districts across the country for free.
For schools that aren’t reopening this fall, the LEGO foundation hopes that teachers or administrators will be able to help get the braille bricks to the students at home. For the project, LEGO is working with American Printing House, a nonprofit that promotes independent living for blind and visually impaired people.