Give the gift of inclusion with our School Dayscolouring 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 School Days
You’ve already figured out that it’s a
Description of School Days
- The cover is blue with a notebook and pencil crayon;
- Page 1 shows a big school bus;
- Page 2: somebody’s backpack full of books;
- Page 3: a picture of the school;
- Page 4: a picture of a smiley-face, a desk and chair;
- Page 5: a textbook or notebook;
- Page 6: several open books on different subjects;
- Page 7: a little ruler and some pencils;
- Page 8: a box of crayons with one already out and lying beside the box;
- Page 9: a computer with a monitor, a terminal underneath with a disk drive; and a keyboard underneath that;
- Page 10: a typical cafeteria lunch before the healthy snacks policies came in: burger and drink.
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.