LessonPix – Amazing Resource for Special Needs Families/Educators

LessonPix Pulls Together Quality Resources for Special Needs Community!

I don’t think I’ve been quite this excited to share an amazing resource in a while. Though I’ve shared about some apps and have some additional things to share as part of our Giving Christmas campaign, LessonPix.com is a resource that virtually provides an amazing special needs resource.


A quick Video Introduction to all the features of LessonPix:

Awesome, right? I will be bringing a full review of this site to you soon, but I think you can tell the power of this site. In case you are trying to figure out how LessonPix could help you, consider:

  • Create a Picture Schedule and Print it! 
  • Provide a membership as a gift to your child’s classroom, therapist, school for pennies a day!
  • Use over 11,000 custom images or ADD your own to create multiple materials
  • Use symbols OR pictures
  • Create social stories easily
  • Language Finder, Material Wizard and Rhyming search & More!

From the LessonPix website, this is just how easy it is to use:

To use LessonPix Just follow 3 simple steps:

  1. Find the Pictures Search or browse through the clip-art library which contains over 11,000 hand-drawn pictures or upload your own pictures. – Check out the search tools – including ‘SoundFinder”- to help you find what you need.

  2. Send Pictures to the Tray Use our LessonPix Tray to hold the pictures you would like to use to create a material. Just drag the picture to the tray or click on the “+” sign near the picture.

  3. Click “Create Materials” Follow the Materials Wizard to select the type of materials and details related to the material.

What’s really amazing is that full membership to this site is a bargain, only $3 a month! (I know! It’s crazy!)

Katrina Moody

Katrina Moody

Graphic Designer, Wordpress Addict, Blogger at Kat's Media & More
I'm a special needs parent before just about everything else in life, but also a passionate advocate for my three boys and husband, who all have a bit of awesomeness about them. Awesomeness = Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome, Autism, Epilepsy, Dyslexia, Cerebral Palsy, and more. It all adds up to some awesome kids and an amazing family.
Katrina Moody
Katrina Moody


  1. mt says

    I would use this for my daughter and would use it to help my daughter’s teacher who does not have the experience or training to work with the kids in her class. This would benefit my child greatly. Thanks for the opportunity!