www.abilityhub.com Ability Hub Assistive Technology for people with a disability who find operating a computer difficult, maybe even impossible. This web site will direct you to adaptive equipment and alternative methods available for accessing computers

http://www.cp.duluth.mn.us/~sarah/rdr010.html Arts and Crafts: Recipes for play dough, finger paint and more!

http://www.awesomelibrary.org/special-ed.html Awesome Library Special Education: Lesson plans.  This is an internet library site that provides online access to parents, teachers, and students.

http://www.deafed.net/PageText.asp?hdnPageId=58 Council on Education of the Deaf: This site shares information and questions concerning the education of deaf/hard of hearing students.  It offers instructional strategies, curriculum material, teacher preparation programs and much more.  I found this site very interesting.  It would be a wonderful resource for teachers.

http://www.washington.edu/doit/ Do-It Program: Communicate with 100 mentors and scholars, most of whom have a disability.

http://www.hwtears.com/  Handwriting without Tears: A method that makes handwriting an automatic and natural skill for children of ALL ability levels.

http://www.howtolearn.com How to Learn: This website is about helping children learn how to learn.  It gives children the most advanced learning strategies available so that they can be completely successful in school.  It can help children to not only raise their grades but also their self-esteem.  

http://www.inspiration.com Inspiration: Visual learning.

http://newhorizons.org New Horizons for Learning: This site is dedicated to bringing you the most effective, leading-edge, well-documented strategies and new information on learning.

http://www.schwablearning.org Schwab Learning: Schwab Foundation for Learning Information, support and hope for parents and educators helping kids with learning differences.

http://www.tammyworcester.com  Teaching Tips for Teachers: Variety of teaching ideas.