For Special Education
Children with special needs require additional visual support and strategies.
LessonPix gives parents, teachers, and therapists ways to help. Here are just a few:
- Visuals for Communication support.
- Occuptional Therapy and Fine Motor activities.
- Games and Activities for cognitive development.
- Picture Cues and strategies for Behavior Needs.
Children can feel empowered when given choices throughout their day. Choice cards are picture cards used to offer a choice between 2 or more items. These cards can be used with young children or children with special needs, such as autism or communication delays.Learn More
First Then Boards are used in a visual strategy to help children learn new skills, manage challenging behaviors, or follow a simple schedule.Learn More
Create standard-sized Picture Cards for communication using systems such as the Picture Exchange Communication System™ or PECS™. We offer a variety of sizes to meet your needs.Learn More
Your district or practice can save thousands and will truly love LessonPix, the smart alternative to Boardmaker® software.Learn More
A visual schedule can help special education teachers prepare their students to be ready to learn.Learn More
Visual Picture Cards are a great way to communicate expectations and reinforce learning visually.Learn More