Parents and Families
Choose from a variety of games and stories about your favorite TV characters
A variety of games based on Dr. Suess stories
A variety of games and stories for preschoolers
Build a Monster
Build a silly looking monster using mix-matched body parts
Choose from a variety of games for preschoolers
Work on spatial concepts, such as position words, size discrimination, ect.
Animated stories read aloud with highlighted text.
Click on each word to hear it read aloud in a child's voice. Sorted by level
Listen to stories about the Berenstain bears and see the Berenstain bear treehouse. Games, puzzles, and coloring pages are also available.
Lil Fingers Storybooks
Large Buttoned, brightly colored, animated, quick loading short stories. Including a story about potty training.
Note: The monster in the dark story is a bit scary.
Theme based stories and activities.
Activities for Kids
Educational video clips about nature
Department of Public Instruction
This website contains information about various aspects of Special Education, including updated bulletins regarding Special Education law. DPI also has a wonderful helpline 1-800-441-4563.
WI. First Step
This website has many useful web links that contain information about respite care, financial assistance options, adaptive equipment for home use, and more. First Step also has a 24 hour hotline at 1-800-642-STEP (7837).
MUMS: National Parent to Parent Network
This site will lead you to a support network for families who have a child with special needs.
This website contains information about advocacy for families of children with special needs. They also have a hotline at 1-888-835-5669.
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Click any of the buttons below to view some helpful summer idea websites!