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Re: LEGO® Braille bricks

I could be a different type of person then ~

I do use touch alot ~ I like shapes etc.

Probably wouldn't suit everyone and I take it on board

it could befuddle (lovely word) some brains.

I was thinking that before a person became too befuddled

that it may help in keeping the brain active.

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Re: LEGO® Braille bricks


@TallTrees wrote:

I could be a different type of person then ~

I do use touch alot ~ I like shapes etc.

Probably wouldn't suit everyone and I take it on board

it could befuddle (lovely word) some brains.

I was thinking that before a person became too befuddled

that it may help in keeping the brain active.

@Cleoriff  

 

 


I think you could have a point @TallTrees . It certainly would give them something to concentrate on smiling

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Re: LEGO® Braille bricks

Brilliant idea which could be adapted for needs/learning by young and old and different capabilities.

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