The integration of children with low vision in common schools offers positive aspects to both sides, however, the school isn't always prepared to admit students with disabilities. At the scholar age, specifically children from ages 6 to 8, socializing through playing helps the child develop important social skills. The present study aims to stimulate the inclusion of low-vision children in common schools in moments of leisure, so that they are able to develop social skills. This is achieved through the use of the strategic design methodology, metaproject. The process' result is a product-service system made up of an activity kit which has a low vision-themed storybook as the main piece. The kit as a whole is composed of the book, pieces that make up masks and a teacher's guide, along with a site with additional features. The book brings out challenges that, along with the other materials, aim to stimulate children's inclusive thinking, so that they'll have more comprehension and bond with the low vision classmate.