Tri-Fold Love: 5 Visual Supports for AAC Learners
Tri-folds are visual displays that are folded in thirds to make a triangular shaped display that can sit on a desk or table top. Like any other visual support, they can be created to suit a variety of purposes. We love them having these visual reminders out and available for quick use. Here are some we found on the amazing sharing site for Boardmaker Online that you may want to check out.
- First-Then Tri-fold by Alissa Plaisance
- Story Grammar Marker by Marcia Piersall
- Picture Schedules by Stephanie Besio: Side One has symbols for the individual activities. Side Two has ‘finished’ symbols that can be folded over each activity symbol when that task is completed.
- Work First, Then Play by Clavelle
- Behavior support by TASN Autism and Tertiary Behavior Supports
Do you use this format for visual support with some of the AAC learners in your life? We’d love to hear about it.
Filed under: PrAACtical Thinking
Tagged With: trifold, visual supports
This post was written by Carole Zangari