This shirt is great for any child who is visually impared, or blind. The shirt is printed in special 3D ink that makes the braille raised so that Visually impared children can feel what their shirt says. The large dots are great for kids who want to learn braille.
This infographic explains 10 things you probably don't know about braille! You may already know that Braille is named after its creator, Louis Braille, and uses combinations of raised dots to spell out letters and punctuation. Around the world, people who are blind read braille with their fingertips and can write it using devices like the Perkins Brailler. But that’s not the whole story about braille. Read the full article on the Perkins Blog to learn more about braille today!
Of course you can add braille to almost any toy. All you need is a good braille labeler and a little space on the toy and you're good to go! But it's also exciting to find toys specifically designed for blind or visually impaired kids who are learning (or are already proficient at) braille.