PBS Learning Media - Videos on CoVID-19, Social Distancing, Washing and Wearing a Mask
Greet Someone Without Touching - 6 feet apart Song with Jack Hartmann
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TEACHER BOOK ACTIVITY LINKS
All-Time Favorite Books
Math Is Fun Books
Social-Emotional Learning Books
- Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney & Illustrated by Anita Jeram Candlewick Press, 1994 (2 pg)PDF
- Book Video https://youtu.be/ANuBMf2jDC0
- Llama Llama Misses Mama by Anna Dewdney Viking (2 pg)PDF
- Book Video https://youtu.be/sva2AOiv5uQ
- Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister North-South Books, 1992 (2 pg)PDF
- Book Video https://youtu.be/-S-rZBrEaW4
- Quiet LOUD by Leslie PatricelliChadwick Press (2 pg)PDF
- Book Video https://youtu.be/ON7FRAWUGG8
- Sometimes I'm Bombaloo by Rachel Vail (2 pages)PDF
- Book Video https://youtu.be/4GJ9mWusTec
- The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn (8 pages)PDF
- Book Video https://youtu.be/c0B1aFNzRuI
- Glad Monster Sad Monster by Ed Emberley & Anne Miranda Little Brown and Company, 1997 (2 pg)PDF
- Book Video https://youtu.be/EPhpwM0yNVY
Special Education with Pat Patrick Noonan - I had the idea for a video series for students like mine (students with autism and intellectual disabilities) that would incorporate Boardmaker visuals into short YouTube videos that focus on a life skill as well as some form of emotional regulation, with myself as the host.
- Resources and Tools for Remotely Teaching Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities - Critical fact sheet provided by the Office of Special Education and Early Learning (OSEEL)
- Resources to Support EI/ECSE During the COVID-19 Outbreak - Link supported by the Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children - continuously updated.
- Kentucky Autism Training Center Resources for Supporting Students with ASD at home during COVID-19, Communication, Social-Emotional, visual, academic and Additional Resources.
- KDEs OSEEL Letter to Parents, Letter to parents and families of students with IEPs
- The Imagination Neighborhood The Podcast Made for Kids - The Imagine Neighborhood is designed to help children (and grown-ups) talk about big feelings—from how to calm down if you’re feeling afraid to being patient and asking for what you want or need.
collection/brain-games-to-try-Brain Games developed by Dr. Stephanie Jones and the EASEL Laboratory team (https://easel.gse.harvard. at-home/ edu/)
org/join-the-movement/sign-up-The Kindness Curriculum developed by Dr. Richie Davidson and the team at Wisconsin’s Center for Healthy Minds (https://centerhealthyminds. to-receive-the-kindness- curriculum org/science/research)
resources/pubs/yc/mar2018/ocial-and- promoting-s emotional-health#booksList of young children’s books promoting the development of social and emotional skills provided by NAEYC
resources/strategies.html#Additional activities and books to support SEL from Vanderbilt’s Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL) booknook
programs/Evidenced-based preschool programs identified by the Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL)
- Social Stories - You can sign up for a free membership and 2 links below can upgrade your membership for the next 90 days.
- https://consciousdiscipline.com/e-learning/webinars/covid-19-stress-how-uncertainty-affects-our-brains/ Covid-19 Stress: How uncertainty affects the brain.
- https://consciousdiscipline.com/product/premium-digital-toolkit-1-year-membership/?mc_cid=2df75cbd90&mc_eid=b05bcce6f3 Conscious Discipline has a variety of resources to support families and professionals in maintaining a calm, executive state and is offering free upgraded membership for the next 90 days.
- https://healthyathome.readyrosie.com/en/emotional-well-being/ This free resource from Teaching Strategies provides multiple videos to share with families related to supporting children’s emotional well-being.
- https://ectacenter.org/topics/disaster/coronavirus-talking.asp The ECTA Center has compiled multiple resources to help families support their children during the Covid 19 Crisis.
- Add family members to MyTeachingStrategies® Family TSG is also offering free access to the family page.
- https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/managing-stress-anxiety.html Remind families to take care of themselves!
- DIG Pre-K at Home DIG is a core Pre-K program developed by Frog Street. During this COVID-19 stay-at-home season, this resource will be FREE to teachers and families.
- https://www.cec.sped.org/Tools-and-Resources/Resources-for-Teaching-Remotely/Birth-3-and-Early-Childhood Resources for Teaching Remotely Birth - 3 and Early Childhood
- (FREE MEMBERSHIP CEC is opening its doors to the special education community in need of resources. Nonmembers of CEC can receive a free basic membership from now through May 31 by using the promotional code CECED60 This will give you access to all of our journal articles, member discounts on publications and events, and our online membership community where you can ask questions and receive support from special educators, administrators and support personnel.)
- https://www.naeyc.org/resources/topics/covid-19 NAEYC COVID-19 Resources
- TpT School Access free for schools affected by coronavirus through the end of the 2020 school year.*
- https://www.growinghandsonkids.com/ Tips, Tools and Strategies for hands-on students
- Early Math Resources | Talking is Teaching
- Rediscover the Big Ideas in Early Math
- Frog Street for Young Learners program for children ages 3-5
- Classroom Connect—a webpage for educators to curate and share resources that support classroom learning from the home
- Education Continuity Webinar Series—a free webinar series to support the continuation of learning in these challenging times
- Virtual Professional Development—a new virtual training model enabling educators to engage with colleagues and develop their skills while school is not in session
- Healthy at Home—a toolkit with free resources for families to help support learning from home
- ParentPal™ is a comprehensive resource to help families nurture their children to thrive socially, emotionally, physically, and cognitively. It provides families a road map to follow each day that promotes active, joyful engagement and developmentally appropriate progress through key developmental milestones from birth through age 3, with comprehensive content through age 5 coming soon. ParentPal™, is now available on the Apple App Store and they are waiving all subscription fees through June 30, 2020, to help families during this unprecedented time.
- STEM at Home - Activities for all ages. STEM at Home is a collection of Challenger Center lessons and activities that can be modified and completed at home. Each STEM at Home category includes at least one at-home lesson. These activities require common household items or products that are readily available online.
- USED’s Office of Educational Technology has developed a blog about educating students with disabilities through remote learning. LINK