Wikki Stix are an easy way to create tactile graphics, assist with O & M training, map concepts, music lessons, daily living skills and much more. Since they adhere to almost any smooth surface with just fingertip pressure, they are easy to use to provide a raised line effect.
Demonstrate basic shapes for the Sight Impaired

Shapes

Demonstrate basic shapes by forming Wikki Stix into squares, circles, rectangles and more.

Geography for Sight Impaired

Geography

Create geography maps by using Wikki Stix to outline countries, states, regions. Use them also to represent rivers, streams and lakes. Also ideal for latitude and longitude lines.

Take the Challenge Out of Shoe-Laces:
Teach tying shoe-laces with Wikki Stix, using a backward chaining lesson.

Math:
Use Wikki Stix to teach concepts of long and short, as well as math symbols. They can be used also for patterning and sequencing and demonstrating size order.

Reading:
For reading programs, use Wikki Stix to add tactile clues to story books: also to create a “picture” or “scene” to help convey the setting of a story.

Wikki Stix are easy to use in making flashcards for adults who have been print readers.

Teachers can use Wikki Stix to highlight an error on a page so a student can feel where the error is to make the necessary correction. Have the student replace the Wikki Stix, so the teacher can locate the correction. They can also be used to separate sections of an assignment or serve as a place marker.

Pre-Braille Readiness Activities

Pre-Braille Readiness Activities

Artistic Activities

Artistic Activities

For O & M

For O & M

Sight Impaired Education

General