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10 Uses for Wikki Stix to Support Curriculum Access

Using Wikki Stix to support the inclusion of children and young people with visual impairment and curriculum access.

Wikki Stix are made of non-toxic wax and are a wonderful tool for creating quick adaptations to materials!  Below you will find 10 ways to use Wikki Stix in all areas, including literacy, math, art projects, and general organization for children who are blind or visually impaired.

 

axis and line of best fit on graphs

1. Axis and line of best fit on graphs

highlighting key points in text

2. Highlighting key points in text

model ice cream cone

3. Models, simple pictures, diagrams

margins to support accurate starting point for new line of writing

4. Margins to support re-location and accurate starting point for new line of writing

writing numbers into 37

5. Writing numbers

writing letters into G B

6. Writing letters

writing name

7. Writing name

measuring guides

8. Measuring guide

coloring within the lines

9. Coloring within the lines

making shapes

10. Making shapes

 
 
For more information and to purchase Wikki Stix, click here: http://www.wikkistix.com/
 
wikki stix collage
 
There are more shared ideas at https://www.positiveeye.co.uk/.

 

 

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