This video will help you learn how to build a task box for your child needing differentiated instruction.
Have your child go on a virtual field trip. Learn about an animal or visit somewhere else in the world.
This is an online curriculum that is currently free to help your child with their handwriting skills.
This is a website for students learning cause and effect. For example, students will use the touch screen, spacebar or mouse to make a rocket ship take off.
This website has lessons, activities, and printables – in the following skill areas: Communication, Cooperation, Emotion Regulation, Empathy, Impulse Control, and Social Initiation.
A non-profit organization dedicated to developing a state network of SEL advocacy and support that focuses on promoting high quality SEL integration into all schools and communities across the state of Texas.
Developed with psychologists, therapists, and educators, Emotional ABCs builds skills step-by-step using short videos and engaging interactive activities.
A centralized dashboard of instructional/behavioral interventions, strategies, apps, and tools to utilize with student engaging in challenging behavior.
Open-Dyslexic is a Chrome extension, open sourced font created to increase readability for readers with dyslexia by overriding the web browser font with Open-Dyslexia font.
Language Word Games
This Have More Fun site contains links to a variety of free articulation games students can engage in online. Articulation games are delineated by letter-sound correspondence.
The Sequencing Fun site contains sequencing games for a variety of themes and topical areas.
The Speechers Class site contains online oral practice via flashcards, concentration, matching, and word search.