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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.

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LegiLiners Rolling Stamps for Writing

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.

Building Literacy Skills with Built-in Tools

Building Literacy Skills with Built-in Tools

The iPad is loaded with accessibility features that support all facets of learning. This resource explores how to leverage the built-in features to support reading, writing, speaking, and listening.

Knock Knock Numbers

Knock Knock Numbers

A fun way to teach who to tell knock-knock jokes, while working on number recognition.

Performing an accessibility check: Adobe

Performing an accessibility check: Adobe

Read how Adobe can help create and verify PDF accessibility.

Activity Chair and Seating Options

Activity Chair and Seating Options

Check out a variety of activity chairs and seating options from ETAC.

Pea Pod Chair

Pea Pod Chair

This inflatable seating is made with super-strong vinyl and is sized for K-1 students.

Adapted Peek-a-Boo Toy

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.

Scooter Board

Scooter Board

These fun scooter boards can be used in a sitting, kneeling, or prone position. The scooters can be linked together for even more fun! They come with safety-grip handles and non-marring rubber swivel casters.

Goalball

Goalball

Goalball is a very popular team sport for the blind and visually impaired and is played competitively in 112 countries.

The American Printing House for the Blind

The American Printing House for the Blind

The American Printing House for the Blind provides a variety of resources.

Monocular

Monocular

This compact optical device brings the faraway targets close quickly. There is a large variety on the market.

Accessibility features in DESMOS

Accessibility features in DESMOS

The Desmos graphing tools has some great accessibility features. It now includes many keyboard shortcuts along with the ability to customize font sizes. For visually impaired and blind students, they can fully access the voice and tactile output.

LegiLiners Rolling Stamps for Math

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. 

Puzzle Spelling Words

Puzzle Spelling Words

An app built for early learners working on matching, letter recognition, spelling and reading.

Walking Aids

Walking Aids

Check out a variety of walking aids from ETAC.

Seating Cubes

Seating Cubes

The sturdy Chair Cubes have multiple uses, come in a variety of colors, and can be easily cleaned.

Positioning Wedge

Positioning Wedge

Wedges are an ideal tool to help reduce pressure and help students stay comfortable while participating in classroom activities.

Musical Light Box

Musical Light Box

A device that helps increase auditory and listening skills.

The Bridge School

The Bridge School

The Bridge School offers CVI modules and is a great resource for CVI information.

CVI Journey

CVI Journey

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.

Veroniiiica.com

Veroniiiica.com

Veroniiiiica provides ideas for supporting students with vision impairments.

Portable Bluetooth Keyboard

Portable Bluetooth Keyboard

This Bluetooth keyboard is about the size of a credit card. It allows blind and visually impaired smartphone users to more easily access all the functionality of their smartphones using tactile keys.

Described & Captioned Media Program

Described & Captioned Media Program

Network-produced, educational content customized to serve the needs of students and adults.

Mote

Mote

This Chrome extension is great for making quick audio recordings directly onto a Google Slide. No need to import recorded sounds made with external programs.

Highlighting Tape

Highlighting Tape

Using highlighting tape can enhance understading by picking out key ideas, dates, characters and important events with in a passage. The strategy needs to be modeled and explicitly taught in order to support student learning.


Timer for YouTube

Timer for YouTube

Find numerous timers on YouTube.

Standing Supports

Standing Supports

Check out a variety of standing supports from ETAC.

Seating Positioner

Seating Positioner

This seat helps students maintain an upright position. It can be used with or without the seat wedge and comes in a variety of colors and sizes.

Switch Activated Spin Art

Switch Activated Spin Art

This easy-to-use adapted art spinner can be activated with a switch! Just insert a blank card and the switch will activate paint to be splattered onto the card as it spins.

Light Up Ball

Light Up Ball

These LED light balls come in 16 colors with 4 light setting options including dimming and strobe speed. They are waterproof and include a remote control.

AT Resource List

AT Resource List

California Education Resource Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired has created a comprehensive resource of Assistive Technology for the blind and visually impaired. You'll find so much here!

Roman Word Bubbling

Roman Word Bubbling

Low tech for support students with vision impairments.

Invisiboard

Invisiboard

This is a double-sided, 48" x 30", lightweight, tri-fold board to help block out visual distractions during instruction.

Braille Uno

Braille Uno

Family fun with UNO Braille.

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