Interactive simulations to develop self-regulation, independent living, and social skills. Note: The site is hosted by Australian universities so game characters have Australian accents.
An article detailing techniques for reducing anxiety, including breathing exercises, visualization, and journaling.
Tools for supporting behavior, in the classroom and at home. Activities to practice daily living skills, communication, and prosocial behavior.
Detailed lesson plans, including materials, for building reading skills. Topics include phonemic awareness, fluency, comprehension, and more.
Students are given a placement test assessing their knowledge of the English language. Based on results, students are assigned lessons at their level. Requires a subscription, however it’s currently free.
Each day, Wonderopolis poses an intriguing question like ‘Why didn’t Canada Buy Alaska?’ Great for families that are learning together, or for teachers to provide a daily, low-bandwidth literacy activity.
A wealth of videos, activities, and resources to engage students at home.
An overview of tools for microsoft users the can be enabled to support vision, hearing, neurodiversity, and more, as well as classroom accessibility blog.
This site provides a clear, app-by-app description of available supports, including Gmail, Docs, Classroom, and more. A quick reference chart allows for an overview of features available by app.
Step-by-step directions for enabling accessibility features, as well as video tutorials.