Notebook Brightnin A4 Blank – Beige
Colored notebooks, made in Slovenia, which prevent the letters from moving when reading.
Trouble concentrating? Get to know the Notebook Brightnin A4 Blank – Beige:
✅ helps with concentration
✅ prevents the letters from moving when reading
✅ encourages the joy of learning
✅ is sustainable.
Did you know that you can create Brightin notebook covers yourself? This A4 notebook leaves you free-handed to decorate its matte cover – it is suitable for drawing with softer crayons (watercolors are recommended) and felt-tip pens. So you can let your imagination run wild and create a unique and personalized notebook.
Nika combined her desire for covers that you could customize on your own with colored paper sheets to create notebooks that encourage creativity and at the same time suit the largest possible group of people, including people with scotopic syndrome (which is often misdiagnosed as dyslexia ). Colored paper sheets help with reading and writing, which are key life skills – especially important in education. Brightnin notebooks are made in Slovenia and are a product of Nika, a young Slovenian entrepreneur who believes in the power of imagination and creativity. Read her story here. It is made from FSC-certified paper, which ensures that the paper comes from renewable forests in the EU, where they have and will meet the social, economic and ecological needs of current and future generations.
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What is a scotopic syndrome?
A scotopic syndrome is a visual information processing disorder. It can cause mild problems (difficulty reading after a long time of reading), or more serious problems (distortion of the text when reading even after a short time of reading, headaches, dizziness, nausea, painful and burning eyes). The symptoms are different for each individual, but they have in common the effect of light on reading and well-being.
Are Brightnin notebooks also suitable for people with dyslexia?
Brightnin notebooks are definitely suitable for all creative souls! However, the colored pages of the notebooks cannot mitigate the effects of dyslexia on the ability to read and write. No notebooks with colored sheets will do. This is a common misconception and many times such notebooks are misrepresented as notebooks that can help people with dyslexia in this way. However, we believe that coloring pages can help people with scotopic syndrome, which is often misdiagnosed as dyslexia, as both have similar symptoms. So if someone is supposed to have dyslexia, but coloring books help them, that person very likely (also) has a scotopic syndrome.