Give the gift of inclusion with our Autumn Leaves colouring book … Blind and sighted children alike will enjoy sharing its magic, together!
Who would think of giving a colouring book to a vision-impaired child? You would, clearly, that’s why you’re on our site, looking at Autumn Leaves
You’ve already figured out that it’s a
Description of Autumn Leaves
- The cover is orange with maple and alder trees,
- Page 1 is quite busy with bear trees, a jack-o-lantern and birds flying in V formation;
- Page 2: A house with the moon rising above it and spooky Halloween decorations: a bat and a ghost;
- Page 3: a rake, a pile of leaves and a flower pot with leaves collected in it;
- Page 4 piles of leaves with a pumpkin and a butternut squash;
- Page 5: a street lamp; two children: one dressed as a cat with a trick-or-treat bag, the other as a ghost; you can see the night sky in the upper corner of the page;
- Page 6: a scarecrow by a fence with some birds in the sky;
- Page 7 is full of vegethables, autumn plenty: peppers, a bucket of potatoes, corn with husks open, acorn squash and carrots;
- Page 8: a turkey in all its spendour;
- Page 9: an apple tree, a bucket of apples and more strewn on the ground;
- Page 10: four pumpkins: a happy face, a sad face, a surprised confused face and a pumpkin not carved at all.
Read more about our colouring books on our Tactile Colouring Books page
Ten tactile outlines with raised print letter stencils make our tactile colouring books a marvellous activity for friends; an unexpected leisure activity as well as a brilliant
The colouring books we sell are perfect for blind children, but children with full sight enjoy the satisfaction of drawing a nice, neat picture, too.