How to Make Student Specific Visual Supports

You know how important visual supports are for students with disabilities, but do you know how to make them be individualized?


Let me tell you about the easiest way to make those visuals:


Smarty Symbols is an online platform that can easily support every single learner in your classroom. They have many supports to easily make new tools and resources any day of the week!

Here are my two top visual supports I like to make using smarty symbols.


Visual Schedules

Easily make student specific schedules that you can print and go.  These make it easy to make schedules individualized. The schedules can be vertical or horizontal, color or black and white… the options are endless!

Fringe Boards

Fringe boards are critical for students who use AAC devices or who are limited in their language.  It can be a lot of work to program many devices, but creating fringe boards to print are a breeze with Smarty Symbols.  Here is an example of a fringe board you could make!


Even better, Smarty Symbols has many additional bonuses that make it even easier for a teacher to use. Included are:

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