The American Foundation for the Blind created an age appropriate site for students to learn about braille. Under games, students can see what their name looks like in braille, or figure out words with a braille alphabet close by. Students can also change the colors on this website to make it easier to read (have students who are designing their own pages learn about accessibility).
A Discipline Model for Handling over 100 different misbehaviors at home and at school.
Reading and writing activities for birth to preschool including story ending, funny sounds, rhyme time, and more.
A complete resource for all subject areas. Includes lesson plans, worksheets, vocabulary, and much more!
What is Kerpoof? The answer to that is not so simple. Kerpoof is all about having fun, discovering things, and being creative. Here are just a few ways that you can use Kerpoof: Make artwork (even if you aren't good at drawing!) Make an animated movie (really! it's easy!) Earn Koins which you can trade for fun things in the Kerpoof Store Make a printed card, t-shirt, or mug Tell a story Make a drawing Vote on the movies, stories, and drawings that other people have made There is also Kerpoof Scholastics with loads of teacher resources.
This site offers a variety of links for the teacher or parent of a special education student. It may also be used in an early childhood class. An excellent listing of developmental activities for birth to five years old is also included.
Power point and animations for teachers to use in their classroom. All content areas included.
The website states its purpose is to "provide educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction."
RealeWriter does this: Lets children (and adults) of all ages create cool, educational picture books called RealeBooks (“Really Books”). Gives children of all ages access to thousands of free RealeBooks created by children, parents, and educators. Lets you print RealeBooks, share them with friends and family via email, and share them with the world through RealeLibraries (“Really Libraries”). Anchors your community’s literacy cycle, enabling parents, teachers, and students to create and publish culturally relevant books that help other students develop reading skills.
Using music to promote learning. Ideas and resources for using music to teach content across the curriculum to students of all ages.
Activities for classroom management of deaf and hard-of-hearing students, ways to infuse music into the special education classroom, behavior modification, and ideas for modifying the elementary classroom for the special education student.
"TeachersFirst is a rich collection of lessons, units, and web resources designed to save teachers time by delivering just what they need in a practical, user-friendly, and ad-free format. We offer our own professional and classroom-ready content along with thousands of reviewed web resources, including practical ideas for classroom use and safe classroom use of Web 2.0. Busy teachers, parents, and students can find resources using our subject/grade level search, keyword search, or extensive menus."
Lessons, activities, informational resources, and technology sites for students with disabilities. Many of the suggested activities would also be applicable to students in the regular classroom.
Students with special needs are especially unique. This site provides resources to help parents and teachers help this uniqueness be "recognized, appreciated, and understood."