Knowing where to go online to find digital and information resources for your student with learning differences is essential. A comprehensive list of resources is available to any family with a child with learning differences listed below under free resources. In addition, Key School students are provided FULL access and subscriptions to the recommended software below as part of tuition.
Centervention was created to support Social-Emotional Learning at home. This website features numerous activities and strategies to practice important social-emotional concepts. These resources include lessons, activities, printables in the following areas: Communication, Cooperation, Emotion Regulation, Empathy, Impulse Control, and Social Initiation.
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The website allows users to log in as a family member/parent and access specific resources designed to meet their needs. Resources include blogs from experts in different areas, printables, and community resource links.
Move This World has an extensive list of resources, lessons, and activities to support Social-Emotional Learning at home. The resources are currently free in support of the COVID-19 challenges facing families and schools. The free resources provided here help students to prioritize their social and emotional needs and to navigate the many feelings that they may be experiencing.
Key School students are provided FULL access and subscriptions to the recommended software below as part of tuition.
Google Suite includes text-to-speech/speech-to-text tools, collaboration features, and more. The G Suite products such as Keep, Tasks, and Google Calendar help students develop Executive Function skills needed for academic success. Chrome extensions are also available to support students online.
iXL activities are selected by grade level or specific skill, which allows for targeted learning. Important for students with learning differences, iXL provides immediate feedback and guidance on how to correct answers. There are a select number of lessons in each content area available for free without a subscription.
Through engaging games, animated movies, and activities, Brainpop supports all grade levels and all content areas.
Learning Ally is the world’s largest audio textbook library with over 80,000 human-narrated books. Stories are audio-only or VOICEtext, the unique learning solution that highlights words and sentences.
Learning A-Z RAZ Kids has hundreds of leveled reading selections for elementary students to practice foundational skills, fluency, and comprehension. The reporting tools help teachers track student progress.
Using the 5E lesson model, STEMscopes Math (K-5) and science (K-12) provides a meaningful learning experience that empowers students with 21st-century skills to succeed in future STEM careers.