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Watercolor Paints and Book Bundle

Suggested MSRP: $13.99

SKU: 0310

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Feel the Difference! Another addition to our growing Color SENSEsation™ family! Unleash the creative juices in your artist! Each of the twelve raised line art drawings include the printed word for the drawing as well as Braille! The attached watercolor pallet features six non-toxic watercolors and a high-quality wood paint brush. The paint tray also includes the first letter for each of the six colors in Braille (R-Red, O-Orange, Y-Yellow, G-Green, B-Blue, P-Purple). The raised line art pictures are perfect for visually impaired individuals to experience the joy of painting. They are also beneficial to children and adults with special needs working to improve their fine motor skills and for anyone whose learning is enhanced through the sense of touch. Just supply the water and let the painting begin!

Developmental Benefits

  • Teaches Color Concept
  • Tactile Stimulation
  • Braille Practice
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Visual Stimulation
  • Social Engagement
  • Cognitive Development


Circus – Clown, Lion, Elephant

Sea life – Seahorse, Fish, Whale

Transportation – Airplane, Race Car, Sailboat

Mythological -Dragon, Unicorn, Mermaid

These are not just pictures to color. They are heavily embossed lines of the drawings are easily followed with the fingers and when using a crayon, marker, or paint brush, they provide not only a wonderful teaching format, but are just plain fun!!!

“Color is a concept. We associate color with memories and senses other than just sight. This is why the concept of color is not perceived the same from person to person. Understanding this as a concept, allows the artist to embark on an exploration into color that is not only useful in the everyday life of the visually impaired artist, but a lot of fun! So allow yourself to enjoy learning and exploring the art of painting. There are no rules that apply to color choices, so experiment. In art, it is moreover about process, NOT the finished product. Challenge yourself with each stroke of the brush!”

Dawn Smiddy

Instructor, Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind

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