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Celine’s New Splints is a story that helps parents explain to children about wearing leg splints and helps young children feel better about them. Order a free book now.
You can also download colouring sheets from the story:
The pictures are all images from the story booklet which was designed for young pre-school children who may have to wear leg splints.
The colouring sheets can be used at home with friends or as fun inclusive tools in nursery settings. As well as creating colouring opportunities they also stimulate discussion.
Download a free Welsh language copy of Celine's New Splints (PDF document, 1.6MB).
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