Increasing Complexity Pegboard
The Increasing Complexity Pegboard was created for children with visual impairments, including those diagnosed with Cerebral/Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI). Paired with diagnostic teaching strategies, the pegboard set helps to determine and support the child's color, lighting, movement, and complexity needs.
Children diagnosed with CVI frequently have difficulty in understanding objects presented in a complex array. The Increasing Complexity Pegboard provides materials for parents and teachers to create background templates specifically for their learner.
Increasing Complexity Pegboard Kit Includes:
- Black pegboard with 25 peg holes, measures 11 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches
- 25 colored pegs
- Variety of 5 templates with openings for peg placement
- Colorful, reflective pre-cut stickers
- Hook and loop coins for optional reuse of stickers
- Large Print Guidebook
Note: The APH Tactile Graphic Image Library (TGIL) has access to 3-D printing files, allowing additional pegs to be printed on your own 3-D printer, according to its ability. Just sign in or register for a free account at: www.aph.org/tgil/ The Increasing Complexity Pegboard allows you to create low to high complexity backgrounds against which to present peg activities. Use the information that you have gathered through assessment and observation to design the peg activities.
Use related APH Products with the Increasing Complexity Pegboard! Use the Light Box to provide light to guide the learner, add a colored Light Box Overlay under the pegboard to provide a light color cue. The APH Invisiboard can help block out distractions and the All-in-One Board can be used when light is no longer necessary to illicit attention.