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Friday, September 25, 2009

Free Downloads for Special Needs Students - SEN Teacher

It is time for me to reload my classroom laptop with some new games and activities so I am going to get busy downloading a range of new applications form the Sen Teacher website. There are a huge range of activities on this site covering a range of domains that have been specifically developed for kids with special learning needs.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

New York Department of Education - Adapted Books

Hi Everyone,
I have been exploring the New York Department of Education website today. They have some fantastic free download able adapted books, in PowerPoint and PDF format, using Writing with Symbols and some great links to other sites such as Tumble Books which you will find in the Literacy Resource section in the left margin. I have been busy downloading all morning.
Don't forget that there are loads of links to free online books and videos in the Junior Crew Bookshelf. Click on the hyperlink or you will find a permanent link to this site in the right margin.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Speech and language Games - School District of Bonduel

Hi Everyone,

While in search of some simple ways to teach pronouns to kids on the Autism spectrum, I came across this terrific speech and language site hosted by The School District of Bonduel. The games and resources are supported by Board Maker images and are visually engaging without being cluttered. Click on the picture to take a look.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Interactive Australian Money Activities

Hi Everyone,
My class had a great time today, making up money totals using a variety of Australian coins, on the Rosetta Primary interactive money site. The applications work brilliantly on personal computers and interactive whiteboards. Click on the hyperlink or on the picture to explore the site.

Universal Design for Learning

A is for Autism F is for Friend - Video