Visuals Engine

> Start Over

Create Visual Supports for your child

ConnectABILITY [logo]

  1. Box 1 image
  2. Box 2 image
  3. Box 3 image
  4. Box 4 image
  5. Box 5 image
  6. Box 6 image
  7. Box 7 image
  8. Box 8 image
  9. Box 9 image
  10. Box 10 image
  11. Box 11 image
  12. Box 12 image
  13. Box 13 image
  14. Box 14 image
  15. Box 15 image
  16. Box 16 image

Fill out your template

Tips for selecting the right image

Visuals can be presented in several formats, depending on your child's level of understanding. Ranging from most concrete to most abstract, possible visuals are:

  • Objects
  • Colour photographs
  • Black and white photographs
  • Colour line drawings
  • Black and white line
  • Miniature objects

Larger pictures should be used with children who are just learning to associate the picture with the object. Smaller pictures can be used when children are familiar with the pictures and what they represent. Two or more pictures in a series should be arranged vertically (top to bottom) for children who are just learning to follow a sequence, and horizontally (from left to right) for children who demonstrate any pre-reading skills.

Tip: remember to place visuals at your child's eye level.

When you are done