(NBC) - Back to school season is nearing and Kellogg’s wants more children to have something special inside their lunch boxes.
The company has just unveiled "love notes" in the form of braille stickers and recordable audio boxes for Rice Krispies treats.
Parents and friends can now share encouraging messages on Rice Krispies treats specifically designed for children who are blind or visually impaired.
The "love notes" braille stickers are heart shaped to match the space on Rice Krispies writable wrappers.
Each braille sticker sheet includes eight phrases of encouragement and support, including "you've got this," and "love you lots."
For children who may not read braille, there are audio boxes with a snack inside that plays a 10-second pre-recorded message.. And it can be recorded over 1-thousand times.
The stickers and audio boxes were created in partnership with the national federation of the blind.
Research shows there are more than 62-thousand children who are blind and low-vision in schools across the country.