Paths to Literacy provides literacy instruction, strategies, lessons, resources, activities, and articles for learners who are blind or visually impaired. Free to register.
Sesame Street is working with communities to provide support for education for educators and families. They provide information, resources, and activities for a range of subjects and topics from reading and math to social emotional learning and traumatic experiences.
Tales2go has a multitude of different leveled books provided to learners in an audiobook format. Their goals is to provide all levels of readers access to all levels of books. Schools and educators are required to purchase a license for use. Individuals. Homeschool families or groups are able to subscribe for a license.
A learning online community for educators and families to create and share lessons and resources. Sign up is free to access 400,000 free resources, lesson plans, and professional development opportunities.
Clarkness.com is a great resource for stories, texts, and ebooks for beginning and struggling readers. Resources are printable and are available online and for download on computers, tablets, and smartphones. Clarkness.com is a free resources for educators, learners, and families.
TextProject provides educators, tutors, students, and families research-based reading strategies, materials and resources. They provide a digital library of texts. They provide reading instruction guides for building fluency, comprehension skills, spelling, vocabulary, and more. Resources and texts can be printed or use online. TextProject is free, common core-aligned, and researched-based.
Twinkl provides curriculum, resources, material, activities, lessons and more for educators, students, and families. Resources from Twinkl can be used with google classroom or any other learning platform. Memberships for unlimited resources from Twinkl usually cost $5 per month. During school closures due to COVID-19 they are providing free memberships with access to 40,000 different …
These fabulous occupational therapists created a Google doc of occupational therapy activities and links to sites with resources parents can use in the home. The activities are designed to be easy for parents to use- like a visual perceptual activity of sorting playing cards by suit and color.