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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:
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.
Funded by a grant from the Ronald McDonald House Charities
Picture symbols used in the Visuals Engine are from the Boardmaker library. These symbols are the property of Mayer-Johnson,
and can be used for non-commercial, personal and education purposes.