Lego to debut braille bricks for visually impaired children

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Lego wants to make sure children of all abilities can build with their bricks. 

The company is debuting braille blocks next year.

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The bricks have studs used for letters in the braille alphabet, so visually impaired children can learn the touch writing system by playing with the toys. 

Lego plans to test braille bricks in seven languages. 
 

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