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Inclusion Resources

This website covers all subjects in all areas with many different types of activities.

BBC Schools

Online Dictionary with Spanish translations.

ClassBrain Games is a top educational game site specializing in games for      K-12 kids.

Inclusion is a term used to describe the ideology that each child, to the maximum extent appropriate, should be educated in the school and classroom he or she would otherwise attend. It involves bringing support services to the child (rather than moving the child to the services) and requires only that the child will benefit from being in the class (rather than having to keep up with the other students).

Those who support full inclusion believe all students, regardless of his or her disability, should be in a regular classroom/program full time, and all educational services the child needs should be provided to the child in the general education classroom.

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act does not require inclusion. However, the law does require that children with disabilities must, to the maximum extent appropriate, be educated in the least restrictive environment. IDEA considers the general education classroom to be the least restrictive environment.

This website allows anyone to check and see if a book is on the Accelerated Reader List.

A history website that investigates many major events in history.

Create 2 column tests and match them up to help you study.

An online graphic dictionary.

A cool, research-powered homework helper for kids in upper elementary to middle school.


Internet utility to assist in the preparation of research papers.

Games that cover reading and math.

This has practice tests for every national exam a high school student may take.

Track student data, behavior, grades, and attendance.

Engage your students in online literacy learning with interactive tools that will help students accomplish a variety of goals.

Access to free listening focused content and skill building exercises such as lesson plans, classroom activities, and teaching strategies. 

Washington D.C.'s interactive museum.

Teacher Resources 

This website covers all subject areas and all grade levels, perfect for any student.

A wealth of classroom resources. Informtation on disabilties, academics, social skills, behavior, picture cards, and job tips.

WebEnglish Teacher

All types of English resources listed by author's last name.

Thousands of free lesson ideas, activities, and resouces. 

Behavior Reports, Math worksheet Generator, Letter Name Generator, Reading Fluency Passage Generator.

All subjects, all grades.

Quickly make and customize notes to send home to parents or students.

Computer Resources

This website will speak the text of a document and will highlight it as it goes.

Described and Captioned Media Programs

A media library of over 4,000 free-loan described and captioned media titles.

Power Talk

A free program that automatically speaks any presentation or slide show running in PowerPoint for Windows.

Computer Mouse Activities

Matching games focusing on mouse control. 

Reads web pages aloud for people who find it difficult to read online.

Graphic Organizers 

Make your own comic strip.

A generator for "word clouds" from text you provide.

Collaborate, organize, and share your thoughts with mind mapping.

This software is designed for students to organize their notes and quiz them on it as they are doing it.

Tons or great graphic organizers to print.

Tons of evauations, rubrics, graphic organizers, and website info.


Create animated videos and presentations.

Create multimedia posters with text, pics, video, links, and more.

Online presentation software.

Wall Wisher

A big pinboard or wall you can add "sticky notes" to.

Photo Peach

You can create slideshows and add different elements such as text, music, etc...

Voice Thread

Allows you to create recordings, where you can add your voice to pictures and video.


Model Me Going Places

Teach approriate social behavior.


Allow your children to type what they need to say.

Middle School Confidential

"Be Confident in Who You Are" is a digital comic book with fantastic graphics. It covers topics such as bullying, friendship, and body image.

Your Turn- Kid Timer

Help children determine whose turn it is by using this iPod or iPhone timer.  Your turn sets a specific time for children to play and alerts them when it is time to pass it on.

Cyber Bullying

Cyber bullying is an informational app that explains what cyberbullying is, how to prevent it, and how to deal with it when it does occur.

Angry Octopus

In this children's story we learn how to take a deep breath and calm down to manage emotions. 

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