All Children Have Different Eyes: Learn to Play and Make Friends

All Children Have Different Eyes: Learn to play and make friends

This is a beautifully illustrated hardbound storybook about two children with low vision, written for elementary age students.

All Children Have Different Eyes serves as a model for children with visual impairment on how to confidently play and make friends while facing difficult social challenges, such as answering questions about their condition, entering play groups, or handling limitations responsibly. Classmates will learn to become better friends and playmates when they discover why a classmate with a visual impairment sees and plays differently. Parents and teachers will learn how visual impairment affects social interactions.

Over 40 examples and activities transform the engaging stories into an interactive workbook for parents and teachers. A glossary for kids and resources for adults complete this valuable resource.

Learn About:

  • Making and keeping friends
  • Coping with bullies and other mean people
  • Coping with others lack of knowledge
  • Coping with mistakes and limitations because of low vision
  • Feeling confident even when seeing in different ways than peers see
  • How to enter a play group
Large Print:
Catalog Number: 8-00070-00, not available with Quota funds.
Click this link to purchase All Children Have Different Eyes.

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