North Carolina STEM Students Create Special Easter Eggs For A Visually Impaired Student.

Third grade students at Wintergreen Intermediate in Greenville, North Carolina wore blindfolds as they searched for Easter eggs in the school courtyard.

It was all so students could experience the hunt the way their blind classmate, Landon Smith does.

STEM lab students at Ayden Middle School designed eggs that give off a tone so that Landon and the other kids could use their ears and not their eyes to find the eggs.

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Similar programs have popped up throughout the country, including one in Rhode Island and Florida.