- PowerPoint slides for lessons on travel training from the Kennedy Center in Connecticut – extracted from NTACT’s Quick Guide on Transportation
- Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertain Times
- Autism Society - Coronavirus: Response & Resources
- Autism Speaks
CenterVention - Social Emotional Learning Activities
Explanation of COVID-19 My Social Distance Story
Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities
Read Aloud Text on your Chromebook
Speech to Text on your Chromebook
ReadWorks: K-12 Students can highlight, annotate, and complete assignments online. Feature: Article-A-Day; Featured Paired Text
Match FishTank: core subjects
Sylvan Paper: writing
Audible Stories: listening to books
Edmentum: reading and math (Study Island)
Scholastic Learn At Home: multiple areas of learning
Fun Brain: core subjects
GregTangMath: Games, puzzles, and other resources, like free downloads, worksheets/word problems, math centers.
KahnAcademy: all subjects
PBS Math Club: math
Instructions for read aloud text on Chrome:
There is a Chrome extension that can be freely installed to enable anyone to have the text read aloud. :
Go to the 3 dots next to you picture at the top right
Go to the right and select "Add accessibility features and open Chrome Web Store
In the search box, type "read aloud"
On the read aloud app, click "add to Chrome"
Once added, you will see a megaphone to the top left of your picture, click on the megaphone to begin the text being read.