Cutting Board for Graphic Arts
Cutting Activities is a book designed for young learners with upper extremity disabilities to teach them beginner cutting skills. The child completes activities such as making jigsaw puzzles by cutting on straight lines, slightly curved lines, and some circles. Then the child pastes the shapes onto provided frame or a blank sheet of paper. Instruction can be given verbally or by following graphic forms (symbolic representation).
Cutting Board For Graphic Arts
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To enable an individual with scleroderma to cut mats, foam board, fabric, and other materials used in graphic arts. The board consists of a plastic cutting mat mounted on a wooden board with a spring-loaded metal strip across the top and down the left side. The user slides the material to be cut under the strips and tightens them using an attached tri-nut. This holds the material in place and enables the user to cut it without danger of cutting her fingers. TITLE: Cut
Picture Pie: A Cut and Paste Drawing Book
Picture Pie: A Cut and Paste Drawing Book is a book designed for individuals with learning or cognitive disabilities that demonstrates how to use a basic circle, arcs, and curves to draw birds, animals, snowmen, fish and many other objects and designs. It can be used as a three-dimensional perceptual activity and breaks down into clear steps how an image can be formed with simple shapes.