These materials were designed to be used with a student with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI). These materials have proven very effective when presenting to him in his classroom. I created a folder for the student made up of black felt sheets outlined in yellow and red duct tape, sparkle poster numbers and letters with scratchy velcro on the back of each, sparkle pipe cleaners and mini pom poms.
Learn more about Dr. Christine Roman-Lantzy’s CVI Rating Scale.
- black felt sheets
- red and yellow duct tape
- sparkle poster numbers
- letters with scratchy velcro on the back
- sparkly pipe cleaners
- mini pom-poms
The red number nine is paired with 9 yellow items. The frame is outlined with yellow duct tape to call the student’s visual attention to it.
Use red or yellow numerals on a black background. Outline the black background with yellow or red duct tape. Beware of glare!
- The student can match red items to the corresponding red number or yellow numbers to yellow items, depending on color preference.
- Red numbers can be matched to yellow items, as the CVI is resolving.