Visual Supports

Visual Supports

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Visual supports are ways to make auditory information accessible to visual learners.  Most of the time we think of visual supports for our students with special needs but we can all benefit from using them.

 

Some examples of visual supports:

A daily schedule with pictures.

Classroom rules with pictures.

Steps needed to complete a center task.

Lunch choices with pictures of the food choices.

 

Links with sample visual supports:

www.usevisualstrategies.com

www.do2learn.com

www.ccids.umaine.edu/resources/visual-supports/

 

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Create an age-appropriate visual support for your classroom or for a student with special needs and attach a photo.  Include a short description of what the visual will help students achieve.

 

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