This board is meant to be used in coordination with the book for the student to have a more interactive experience with the literature.
"Visual supports can be used to communicate with people on the autism spectrum. They are adaptable, portable and can be used in most situations. Visual supports can help to provide structure and routine, encourage independence, build confidence, improve understanding, avoid frustration and anxiety, and provide opportunities to interact with others. They can make communication physical and consistent, rather than fleeting and inconsistent like spoken words can be." (National Autistic Society; 2016; retrieved from https://www.autism.org.uk/visualsupports)