AT Resource FlipKit
The AT Resource Flipkit was developed to support educators in finding tools and strategies which support access for students. These resources have been vetted as options to support access and learning. If you are considering trying or implementing a new tool, please check with your district to ensure the specific product or resource meets your district's student privacy requirements. Use the filters below to explore specific strategies and tools that can help eliminate barriers to learning which exist within the learning environment and specific lesson plans you are designing.
Read & Write for iPAD
The Read & Write app for iPad is an alternative keyboard for your iPad. It offers a variety of features to help with composing text. It now includes a writing environment with expanded features. Learn more about the newest features by watching this YouTube video from the app developer TextHelp.
LegiLiners Rolling Stamps for Writing
Support legibility by creating lines easily with rolling stamps! There are a variety to choose from including double lines, dashed lines, and lines for math and music! Easily adapt existing worksheet and support developing your learner by teaching them to use it when they need it.
Adapted Peek-a-Boo Toy
This permanently adapted toy uses three AA batteries and is ideal to engage learners in basic cause-and-effect interactive play. Check out this resource from Enabling Devices for ideas on how to use toys to teach cause and effect.
KiwiWrite Math is an alternative to pencil-and-paper math. Designed for students who struggle to handwrite math automatically and legibly, the assistive technology does the writing so the student can concentrate on solving the math. This is a web-based application that gives students an on-screen interface to write math equations on their computers or tablets. Simply click or tap the numbers and symbols they want to add to the page. Keyboards are supported too!
LegiLiners Rolling Stamps for Math
Easily adapt your worksheets and paper by quickly rolling the stamp to create lines and boundaries to support legibility. Better yet...support your learners by teaching them how to use the tool when they need it! Math LegiLiners include rolling stamps for patterning, fractions, ones/tens/hundreds columns, or graphing, number lines, and the boxes for aligning 2 digit math problems.
Click to view the free sound-supported short stories on this website. They were developed especially for younger students with visual cortical impairments. There are many resources on the site including a list of recommended apps for students with CVI and songs, videos and cartoons.
Classroom Split by Alice Keeler