01/16/2015 10:13 EST | Updated 03/18/2015 05:59 EDT

Visually impaired kids get a feel for monster trucks

Some visually impaired children got very close to the monster trucks at Rogers Centre. The centre is hosting the Maple Leaf Monster Truck Jam and gave some kids who perhaps can't see the show a chance to touch and interact with the high-powered star attractions on Friday.

It's called a "touch tour" — the kids get up close and personal with the trucks so they can really enjoy the show. 

For the children, "it's literally like putting a puzzle together," said Sue Marsh-Woods of the CNIB. 

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