Give the gift of inclusion with our Fun in the Watercolouring 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 Fun in the Water
You’ve already figured out that it’s a
Description of Fun in the Water
- The cover shows a bucket of water and a faucet;
- Going Fishing shows a boy in a hat, fishing off the end of a pier and it looks like he’s caught a fish;
- The next page shows the fish, it’s magnificent! doubtless a record catch;
- Watering the flowers shows a girl with her hair in a pony tail watering some potted plants with a watering can. Can you identify what they are?
- Next is someone playing in the sprinkler.
- A Day at the beach shows a child with a pail of sand in one hand and a shovel upside-down in the other; A grand sand castle with two towers and even a flag.
- Next is a picture of a dolphin;
- Then a sailboat.
- It’s Raining features summer rain in all its glory and someone standing in it wearing rubber boots and with an open umbrella. There’s also a fabulous mud puddle.
- The Waterpark shows a seal with a ball on its nose and you looking at a swimming pool from an angle, so you see the edge of the pool and water sparkling in it.
- A Waterfall is just that, and a fitting way to end the book: a mighty waterfall pouring over rocks.
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.