Fizz Learn Braille

Fizz Learn Braille

Fizz Learn Braille

What is it?

Twelve pieces of birch make up the box of the Braille writing system, with six holes in which as many pins are inserted as necessary to build the symbols (up to a total of 72)

Who is it for?

Suitable for ages 6 upwards, although it is more interesting when literacy has been mastered and, thus, a new code can be learned.

This game/material develops social awareness, bridging the gap between people of different abilities through play.


How do you play?

In the Learn Braille box we have 12 pieces or boxes to write the letters/words in Braille.

First use the sample on printed cardboard, where we see what the letters and numbers are like in this system.

When this has been mastered, you can download the instructions where you will find a game template.

What does it develop?

  • Fine motor skills.
  • Ability to self-correct.
  • Attention.
  • Abstract thinking: new symbolic system of representing oral language.
  • Visual and tactile perception.
  • Deepening of literacy
  • Awareness towards people with different capacities.
Download instructions