A fun website for kids of all grade levels. There are games, videos, books, math zone and more to explore.
We are using Epic in our classroom. It has many books, videos, lessons, etc. for children to access. You can find both fiction and nonfiction on this sight as well.
Mystery Doug answers questions that young children vote on and submit. This is a favorite in our room. The videos are 5-8 minutes in length.
Lots of fun games to explore on this site.
This website displays equipment that has been adapted for use with children with disabilities.
This is a great resource for parents who have children with Autism.
This link will take you to the Bethalto Library where you will find many resources.
This website is WONDERFUL! If you have ever used boardmaker or other picture programs with your child to help with communication, transitions, making choices, etc., you will LOVE this! It is free and you do not have to have the boardmaker program to print activities from it.
Chewy Tubes are an oral motor device designed to provide a resilient, non-food, chewable surface for practicing biting and chewing skills.
This website has lots of fun songs to sing with your child.
If your child has sensory issues and has a difficult time falling asleep or staying asleep, a weighted blanket might be what you need. For more information, be sure to check out this website.
This is a website leading to the foundation started by Holly and Rodney Pete, whose child has Autism.
The Illinois Center for Autism provides schooling and parent education to children and their families who have Autism and cannot succeed in a typical classroom.
There are many helpful tips for parents on this website.
This website will give you information about local Head Start services. Head Start provides early childhood education, parent supports, health and nutrition information and family literacy.
STARNET offers many workshops and services such as Family/Professional Fellowships, Study Groups, Library Materials, Technical Assistance and Resources.
Helpful tips to teaching your child self-control and other character words.
The William BeDell ARC provides services to children with developmental disabilities and is located in Wood River.