A collection of thin line picture communication symbols that are compatible with the Boardmaker Software Family. Various bundles of symbols are available. When compared to PCS Classic symbols, the ThinLine symbols are more age generic, with a more detailed look and clean lines. Suitable for all ages.
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model PCS PCS ThinLine: Games and Entertainment: 356 symbols to expand vocabulary for leisure activities
Model PCS ThinLine: At School: 204 symbols to expand vocaulary at school
Model PCS ThinLine: Religion, Holidays and Celebrations: 160 symbols to expand vocabulary for special days
Model PCS ThinLine: Civics, Politics and Military: 362 symbols to expand vocabulary for talking about government and current events
Model PCS ThinLine: Clock Faces: 145 symbols to expand vocabulary for telling time skills
Model PCS ThinLine: Community and Home: 363 symbols to expand vocabulary about home and community
Model PCS ThinLine: Social Interaction: 261 symbols to expand vocabulary for social activities
Model PCS ThinLine: History: 376 symbols to expand vocabulary for History class
Model PCS ThinLine: People and Health: 241 symbols for expanding vocabulary for health concerns and people
Model PCS ThinLine: Outdoors and Travel: 293 symbols to expand vocabulary for outdoor activities
Contact listed suppliers to confirm features, options and models available.
- Fully customisable
Manuals and support material :
- included with product
Language Set Up
Level of Customisation:
- limited customisation
Language Representation :
- single meaning pictures
Set Up or Installation
- CD to run
- single user
Operating system(s) :
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