Here are some resources to use during the school closure!
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Our favorite YouTube videos to dance too
We use Starfall a lot in class and the students love it!
This website allows you to choose a set of sight words, and view a PDF or print sight word flash cards! It also offers games to practice sight words and phonemic awareness!
Sensory Based Activites for Home
This list of sensory based activities can be completed in the home environment and adapted to the resources you have available.
Crafts & Activity Worksheets:
All Kids: https://www.allkidsnetwork.com/
District Curriculum and Assessment link:
- Select "Special Programs"
- Select "Elementary IEP resources"
- Click on links to take you to these different websites
Fun site with multiple subjects to explore!
A helpful resource for many academic areas.
Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. Parents/Guardians can learning to use Khan Academy by following this link: https://bit.ly/2QaeHkR
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association provides a wide range of resources to support speech and language development.
do2Learn provides a wide variety of tools including visual schedules, picture cards, communication prompts and more!
Fine and Gross Motor Calendar
This daily calendar provides a daily fine motor and gross motor activity.
Fine Motor and Handwriting Development Activities
Students can practice their fine motor skills through this list of recommended resources.
GoNoodle provides movement and mindfulness activities for kids of all ages. We have used it a bit in class and the students love to dance along!
Through a free membership to King County Public Library you can access Tumblebooks, a digital library that reads books aloud. While not a substitute for in-person reading, it can be a fun activity!
Lit2Go is a collection of free stories and poems. It includes audio and print versions, as well as student activities.
OSPI Mathematic Resources
OSPI has started creating a list of free math resources students can access during school closures. As they plan to update frequently, please continue to check back.
OSPI Social and Emotional Learning
Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is broadly understood as a process through which individuals build awareness and skills in managing emotions, setting goals, establishing relationships, and making responsible decisions that support success in school and in life. When we think of educating the whole child, their social and emotional development must be considered as a part of overall instruction.
Reading Rockets provides tips for how to support struggling readers.
Storyline Online provides videos of books read aloud by celebrities! While it is not a substitute for in-person reading, it can be a fun activity!