Learning activities for special education students are typically related to the goals and objectives listed in a students IEP. The resources below may or may not be appropriate for your student. In addition to these, any of the other resources listed for students in specific grade levels, including Compass, Imagine Learning, ST Math, etc. can be used as well.
Flocabulary - You are able to request a 30-day free trial to gain access to curriculum and videos which are divided by grade level.
Centervention - Welcome to our free Social-Emotional Learning Activities page. Here you will find free resources, lessons, activities, and printables – in the following skill areas: Communication, Cooperation, Emotion Regulation, Empathy, Impulse Control, and Social Initiation. These resources are age-appropriate for elementary and middle school students and are typically used in a classroom or a small group setting. As you will see below, many of the activities and lesson plans include characters from our online social skills games. And if you are using or plan to use the online games, these activities will reinforce the learning that occurs during gameplay.
Nearpod - Powerpoint style lessons for topics such as I-Messages, Thinking Flexibly, Persistence, Asking Questions, etc.
Howard B. Wigglebottom - A series of online books that can be read virtually, as well as lesson plans that go along with the books.
Everyday Speech - This online curriculum provides videos, games, and worksheets covering topics such as Emotional Recognition, Perspective Taking, Nonverbal Communication, Problem Solving, and Self Esteem. They will be releasing a free option for parents mid-week. Please email me if you would like access and I will provide you with information as soon as I receive it.
Fablefy - This is a YouTube channel that has a variety of videos to help kids practice mindfulness.
Big Life Journal - This website allows you to sign up to receive free access to a kid’s podcast that focuses on Growth Mindset.
Pathway2Success - An extensive list of SEL activities.
Vooks is an online animated stories site with lesson plans available to read books and answer questions: Vooks is a great resource to use in the home with your children. Vooks is a streaming library of ad-free, kid-safe animated read-aloud storybooks, trusted by teachers and enjoyed by millions of children around the world every week. It is an entire library of storybooks, brought to life, to help encourage the love of reading. You can sign up for Vooks and use the take-home resources to help keep your children reading 20 minutes a day during these extraordinary times.
Vooks Sign Up Link:
(Educators gets Vooks free for one year when you put in your school email address)
Take-Home Lesson Plans
Vocabulary Pinball - http://www.playkidsgames.com/games/pinball/default.htm?scrlybrkr=cdc7a5cd#
Infercabulary; www.infercabulary.com - Special offer of 2 free months
Vocabulary- elementary to high school common core vocabulary word practice
Science Vocab and other subjects w/worksheets
Free parent Handouts for vocabulary, book/app suggestions and language strategies:
www.typingclub.com This is an interactive game and experience while your student is learning to type
www.typing.com This teaches the foundation of keyboarding