This website links to dozens of interactive games and activities that you can use on classroom computers or SMARTboards. Most activities are for grades K-5.
Free On-line ASL resources:
Handspeak – this looks like a great site!
Life Print –some of basics
Start ASL – while free, is very clunky to use and contains a lot of advertising.
American Sign Language Resource Guide
Sound Apex - 60 Basic ASL Sign Language for Beginners
Free ASL App:
Marlee Signs App – a great app for iPhone/iPad – with good basics for free, more modules available to purchase
My Smart Hands - available in a free lite version or paid enhanced version. Designed to teach ASL to infants.
Recommended Paid On-line resource:
https://signingonline.com/ - this site is not free, but is highly recommended by teachers learning to become teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing
In this box you will find links with ideas to help motivate, connect and support readers. There are also ideas to foster a reading community.
Make sure to check out the top level page of
"Apps in the classroom"
for more app suggestions and tutorials
Not sure how the application would be beneficial? Watch these short video tutorials for a better understanding!
Place the cursor over the link for a description of the app
The following website reviews animated and interactive storybook iPad/iPhone apps. You can sort and filter by date created, language, age, and price.
Wonderopolis is "a place where wonder and learning are nurtured through the power of discovery, creativity and imagination."
There is a new wonder everyday which students can learn about in a fun and interactive way.
The site also includes activities and advice for students, parents, and teachers.
This website from the Ontario Ministry of Education and TFO provide elementary teachers with lesson plans, activity sheets, and many other resources. It also includes information about healthy schools.
Ask your LCI for any usernames and passwords.