Links for Students
Student Input Form for Spring IEP's-This form is to be completed by the student (with help from parent or guardian if needed) by April 30th.
Starfall-This is a great site for emerging and struggling readers.
VMath-This is the online component of Vmath. If I see your child for math, he/she will have the required password to access this site. I often assign work that your child can complete at home for additional math practice.
Dance Mat Typing-This is a great site to teach kids keyboarding skills. It even teaches the home row keys. It is an interactive site that features characters. It's from the United Kingdom so they have an English accent. My students really enjoy this levelized site!
Teach Your Monster to Read-All of my students have a user name and password for this fun site that teachers letters, letter sounds, and sight words.
System 44-This is the online portion of the special education reading program for my 4th grade students. If I see a student for 3rd-5th reading, they will have access to this site and should have their username and password.
Math Playground-This is a fun site with hundreds of math games, logic puzzles, videos, and fun brain builders.
PBS Kids-This site has education games and videos from your favorite PBS shows.
Prodigy-This site is a fantasy-based web math game game that covers skills learned in grades one through eight.
Links for Parents
Autism Speaks-Autism Speaks has grown into the world's leading autism science and advocacy organization, dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a cure for autism; increasing awareness of autism spectrum disorders; and advocating for the needs of individuals with autism and their families.
National Center for Learning Disabilities-The National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) team envisions a society in which every individual possesses the academic, social and emotional skills needed to succeed in school, at work and in life.
Acronyms-Special Education is full of acronyms and we often use them forgetting that regular education teachers and parents might not know what we're talking about so I've made this site available as quick reference to some of the most common acronyms we use.