Special Education

 

Special Education

Continuous Learning Framework Resources


  • ABA Educational Resources hosts links to free social stories, picture schedule boards, token economy systems, and more.

  • CPI contains links to resources for positive behavior supports.

  • Emotional ABCs helps students learn to manage their emotions.

  • ReadWorks is a free resource to help improve comprehension.

  • Bookshare offers free online books (including texts) to students with IEPs and 504 Plans and features read aloud and translation capabilities.

  • Khan features practice exercises, how-to videos, and more.

  • Reading Rockets offers multiple articles on various special education topics and links to other resources.

  • Do2Learn features songs, games, picture cards, behavior management ideas, academics, and more.

  • i-Ready can be used for supplemental reading and math curriculum.

  • Lexercise shares multi-sensory strategies for reading and writing.

  • IXL offers math, ELA, Science, Social Studies and Spanish lessons for an array of skills from PreK-High School.

  • MobyMax offers lessons from early learning to STEM.

  • Special Needs for Special Kids offers a variety of resources, including social stories and there are now free online modules.

  • Have Fun Teaching includes phonics, writing, math, and other lessons, along with songs, videos, and more.

  • ABC Mouse offers over 9,000 individual learning activities.

  • Epic offers a digital library of books, learning videos, and more.

  • Reading A-Z offers a free trial of their site, featuring books, phonics, vocabulary, math, science, and more.

  • Education.com presents guided lessons containing songs, games, and stories, as well as independent study packets and more.

  • Homeschooling with Dyslexia offers free ebooks, spelling inventories, and more, including links to other resources.

  • Intervention Central houses resources for math, reading, writing, behavior, self-management, and more.

  • Breezy Special Ed has a variety of free academic resources and links.

  • PDF story to help children understand social distancing.

  • Kansas Infinitec Coalition offers guidance to family and educators.

  • KSDE’s EC page offers resources and current information.

  • TASN houses a library of resources, or you can request assistance.

  • Google’s top museums that are offering online tours and exhibits.  British Museum, Guggenheim Museum, National Gallery of Art, Musee d’Orsay, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Pergamon Museum, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Uffizi Gallery, and MASP
  • Day-to-Day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.  Ages PreK-9, teacher and parent resources
  • Free eBook Library, Phonics Guide, Math Games, Activities from age 5-11, outdoor learning activities, spelling activities, Hundreds of free resources
  • Preschool series where words are truly the star of the show.  In WordWorld, words come alive, words save the day, and words become a child’s best friend.
  • Get daily activities and tips to help kids play and learn at home.  Reading Games, ABC Games, Vocabulary Games, Rhyming Games, Story Games...many more topics for early childhood through early elementary.
  • Storyline Online is available 24 hours a day for children, parents, caregivers, and educators worldwide.  Each book includes supplemental curriculum developed by a credentialed elementary educator, aiming to strengthen comprehension and verbal and written skills for English-Language learners.
  • 4,560 K-12 passages (and counting), search by grade or by lexile, written by experts, curated by educators, on topics you’re teaching and topics worth knowing.
  • This program emphasizes exploration, play and positive reinforcement.  For grades PreK-3rd.  Emphasis on phonemic awareness, systematic sequential phonics, and common sight words in conjunction with audiovisual interactivity.
  • Engage students with thousands of texts on topics they care about most, with standards-aligned lesson supports built for ELA instruction.
  • Reading skill building for ages 3 to 8+.  Growth in proficiency with letters, sounds, and sight-word recognition.
  • Grades 2-8.  Combining strategy, engagement, and imaginative reading passages to create a fun, curriculum-aligned literacy game.
  • Games, videos, animals, exploration for all ages
  • Football, baseball, unboxed, kid reporter, more sports
  • Hundreds of free sites in ABC order.  Organized by company, category/subject, grade/age, link, description, free services offered ( I will sort though this massive site to grab what I think will be useful.) 
  • Daily LIVE workout for kids
  • Outdoor activities for kids, wild crafts and recipes, videos, fun facts about wildlife, animal articles, games and jokes, photo contest

 

For Teachers:

  • Elementary, Secondary, and General Education Math Resources
  • SMART learning Suite Online enables students to connect remotely to live lessons delivered by teachers and engage in real-time with lesson activities.

  • A collection of resources that will help you to navigate and reacquaint yourself with their digital products and platforms

  • Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.

  • List of resources to transition to temporary remote learning.
  • Online financial literacy for kids, teens, and adults.
  • A cheat sheet composed of the troubleshooting areas for students and teachers using Google.
  • This is a place where you can find information, assignments/announcements/documents.  Search by teacher.
  • Julia Cook is coming to Facebook Live! On Friday’s to do lessons concerning social and emotional learning.
  • Documents that can be printed or shared electronically.  Many of the pdf docs have links in the text and images to help save time in accessing resources.
  • Free teacher approved resources for at-home learning.  Materials are designed to help students solidify the concepts they learn in school and equip them for learning at home.
  • Optimize working remotely, whether you’re new to remote work or not, whether you are leading a team or part of a team involving distributed team members.  Discover how to be productive and stay connected when working from home or other remote environments.
  • Grades PreK-8.  Over 4,000 posts that cover a huge variety of topics.  Very easy to navigate.
  • See It, Say It Sign It as you learn sign language for each letter and the letter sounds for each letter of the alphabet.  Jack shows the sign for each letter and the letter sounds for each letter as he sings the letter name and the letter is shown on the screen, this version also includes the letter sounds and objects beginning with the sound.  This is a simple and fun way to learn sign language for each letter of the alphabet.  As a fun follow up challenge have each student spell their name using signs for each letter.  ASL alphabet.
  • 7 standard courses:  Language Arts, Reading/Literature, Math, Science, History/Social Studies, Visual Performing Arts, and Physical Education.  180 days of curriculum over 16,000 lessons, Weekly Spelling Program, Quizzes and Tests, Classic eBooks, 36 weeks of STEM, Extra Curriculum.  Fun and Easy to use.
  • The Kindergarten Sight Word Dance Song
  • Tips and Homeschool Resources for Kids During coronavirus, courtesy of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.  Ages 2-8 years.  All subject areas.
  • An entire list of educational companies offering free subscriptions due to school closing.  GREAT RESOURCE.