Parent Resources






WEBSITES, LINKS AND RESOURCES FOR STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

   LINK  Recommended 
Grade/Age Level
 Other
 Social Story  Washing My Hands  not grade specific  Special Education 
   COVID-19

not Grade specific Special Ed
   When I'm Frustrated

   
  FREECoronavirusCOVID19SocialStory.pdf

   
   RespectfulandSafeHandsSocialStory.pdf

   
   SchoolisClosedSocialStory

 
  BeingaGoodFriendsocialstory.pdf

   
   SocialStoryonWhenPeopleAreSick

   
   SocialDistancingCOVIDTimeCapsule

Kindergarten  
       
Learning 
Activities
EasterActivitiesEasterCraftsEasterCards (1).pdf    
   TheThreeLittlePigsLanguageActivityPack.pdf    
   PandemicJournalCoronavirusCOVID.pdf    
   NeighborhoodBearHuntSignDistanceLearning.pdf  Pre -K  
   DistanceLearningLetterPracticeQRScanning.pdf    
   DistanceLearningK6MathGameApp.pdf    
       
 Learning Units  NoPrintFREEBIEGermsSocialStoryDistanceLearning.zip    
   NoPrintFREEBIELearningatHomeSocialStoryDistanceLearning.zip    
   NoPrintFREEBIESchoolisClosedSocialStoryDistanceLearning.zip    
   NoPrintFREEBIEWashingMyHandsSocialStoryDistanceLearning.zip    
       
 Visual Supports  How to create Behavior Charts for Parents and families 
 by Jessica Callaghan NEFEC FDLRS
   
   

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 Tips and Tricks  for Virtual Learning  

Encourage parents to delineate learning time. Advise parents of students with disabilities against having their children work on remote schoolwork during the weekends. This will help students maintain a sense of separation between school and home despite having to learn in the home setting.


   
    Use visual icons to remind students of digital tools. Students with working memory issues may need frequent reminders that they can use assistive technology and other digital tools to complete assignmentsConsider printing out a visual icon to represent each digital tool and keeping that icon on a table near the work area, If the student gets stuck during an assignment, Parents can point to the visual icon.