Mid-tech AAC devices use overlays to create voiced buttons for communication. LessonPix has great tools to create overlays for your needs.
Customize popular fun games to teach individualized learning objectives. LessonPix has templates that fit into Cariboo, Headbandz, and Guess Who.
"Ask For" Cards are visual cards used for reminders to ask. The cards show a child asking and then the result.
Teaching Beginning, Middle, and End: You can teach Sequencing, Phonics, Story Order and much more with these versatile Beginning/Middle/End Cards
We offer custom Bingo cards for your needs. Learn how to use them in the classroom for concepts, vocabulary, speech and language and math skills.
The Bingo Dauber template are themed mats that show symbols within circles. Use items such as bingo dauber, snacks, or playdough during activities and informal assessments.
Bookmark templates have 1 to 3 pictures on each bookmark. Great for cues or tasks while reading.
Small books can be created with a picture and words on each page. Books may show sequence pictures of a published story read, social story, list of related pictures, speech words for a student to practice, or recall event activities.
Teachers or parents who use a classroom wall calendar can create calendar cards with the date and a picture in a pattern.
Need a quick certificate to acknowledge accomplishments. Custom make your own with symbols that correspond to the award.
With these number cards, students can select the matching numeral to the set of pictures using clothespins, bingo markers, playdough, magnets, or markers.
Custom Coloring Sheets are a snap to create and provide many interesting classroom activities.
Contingency Maps are a behavioral intervention strategy that show a series of consequences based on an initial choice (if this, then that and that...). Typically 2 responses to a situation are shown and the consequences of each choice. Contingency Maps use both symbols and text to facilitate faster acquisition, and therefore assisting students to make better choices.
These paper dice are easy to create and great for many fun activities.
Cutting Lines template is a simple material where students can cut or trace a line toward a picture.
The Cutting Shapes Template places a picture inside shapes for students to trace or cut.
Daily Report is a template that provides a form to write in reports, notes, or parent communication.
The dial template has up to 10 pictures on a circle, with a cover sheet to mask all but one picture.
Dice Rolling Grid template provides a grid of pictures with a picture of a die above each column. Roll the die and do or say each item in the corresponding column.
"Do and Do Not" cards provide a visual which shows 2 pictures. One picture has the word "Do" over it, and the other picture has the words "Do Not". The "Do Not" picture has a choice of X or the "no" sign on top of it.
Create a dominoes set using pictures or photos you select. This is a great activity for teaching vocabulary, matching skills, and speech.
Door hangers: signs that hang on a door knob to tell visitor what's happening inside. "Come in!" "Quiet Please", "Testing" or "Kids at work".
Election Ballots are a great tool for teaching about elections and voting for class consensus.
Eye Gaze Boards are a low-tech solution to determine the needs or wants of a person who is unable to communicate verbally.
Find the Match is a worksheet-style template where students draw a line to match items in one column with another.
Students can scan a busy, big picture to locate specifically chosen smaller pictures.
First Then Boards are used as a visual strategy to help children learn new skills, manage challenging behaviors, or follow a simple schedule.
Flashcards can be used for drills, games, visuals, or communication starters. This template create 4 cards per page.
Fortune Tellers (Cootie Catchers) are an origami paper fortune teller that you can customize for specific purposes.
Game Boards can be customized to teach specific vocabulary or skills.
Spinners are a fun way to make choices or play games.
LessonPix allows users to create graphing pages with your choice of pictures and words for various graphing lessons.
This materials allows teachers, parents, and therapist to show the desired goal (a reward) and the steps to earn it.
"I Have Who Has" is a fun "round robin" game used to teach vocabulary and early reading skills.
Lacing Cards are a favorite of both boys and girls in Early Childhood. They develop Visual Perceptual skills and provide wonderful Fine Motor practice.
This material, although hard to name, is a simple and versatile worksheet. It has a large picture and several small pictures underneath that a student can cut and glue on to the big picture.
What makes magic index cards so magic? Print LessonPix images directly on index cards and no cutting needed! Great for those who are cutting-challenged.
Matching Books are interactive story books that include picture cards that can match to the pictures in the story.
Add target vocabulary in a printable maze for fun extension activities and reinforcement.
Menus and Lists are a material with a list of pictures from two to six pictures. There are a few themes to choose from such as diner, cupcake, and polk-a-dot.
Multiple Choice cards are cards that have one big picture and three smaller pictures.
Name Tags can be used for classroom management as well as for academic and therapy materials.
Number cards are math cards that can be used in many ways to teach numerals and one-to-one correspondence.
This material is a s simple as it sounds. It is one picture per page with no boxes or extra words. It can be used as signs, visuals, flip charts, and more.
Pattern Strips allow you to use your selected pictures in a pattern. The page includes an AB, AAB, and AABB patterns.
"Picture and Word" cards can be used throughout the classroom in multiple activities and learning centers.
Simple pictures cards can be used for so many purposes from memory games to story sequencing to picture communication systems.
There are many types of schedules that can be used for many different purposes. This article provides an explanation, ideas, and free sample of each type of schedule.
Build a deck of cards using pictures you select or upload. Your playing cards may consist of up to four different background colors with each picture.
This materials has 2 pictures that match together in a puzzle connection. Great for matching pictures that have similar characteristics - rhyme, beginning letter, opposite, go together, etc.
The Scales/ Ratings template offers many styles where users can sequence their pictures along a continuum for self-evaluation or rating.
Semantic Maps are a visual way to organize information. The large concept is placed in the middle and surrounded by details or related items.
Sorting mats can help children classify and organize small objects, pictures, or word cards.
Choose pictures inside the speech bubble as a visual reminder to stay on topic.
Print stick puppets to use to teach literacy for creative storytelling, retelling, sequencing, and character development.
Tab and Flap Cards are visuals that can be placed on a ring and easily accessible at your finger tips. These are great for behavior support as well as curriculum content.
Tally cards contain a picture with boxes underneath - great for counting repetitions or behaviors related to the picture.
Task Cards are a highly motivating tool that can be used across the curriculum. These cards that contain one thought, activity, or question per card.
Themed Mats make learning fun and motivating. Just place your choice of small symbols on a themed picture such as Pumpkin, Mitten, or Spider Web. Great to use with favorite stories or holidays.
Themed Picture Cards Templates make 6 picture cards on a theme. These simple and fun visuals are great for bulletin board, holiday activities, and units of study.
Add pictures to a Tic Tac Toe board to practice vocabulary or articulation while you play!
Treasure Map can be used to create a map of a sequence to follow. This materials allows 2 to 4 pictures to sequence.
Venn Diagram template works like a sorting mat to categorize items in one group, or another, or both.
This material consists of a grid with the days of the week along the top and 1 to 8 pictures down the side. This works well for behavior charts and tracking data.
This template is a first-then type visual that shows a "first" and choices for the "then".
Two LessonPix Wristband Templates for a fun, wearable visual. One has wrapped text and the other has multiple pictures. Great for reminders, strategies, speech words, or vocabulary.
Writing and Drawing pages can be create to have lines and/or box for a drawing area. Images can be placed on the writing page to indicate a topic or decorative for holidays / themes.