Special Educational Needs Dot Com
David Wilson is a teacher and researcher who has collected a wealth of subject-specific information for secondary teachers and put it together on this easy to navigate website. If you work in the secondary sector make sure you check this one out.
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Special Needs pupils working on sentence construction will enjoy this playful site, which employs cute graphics in a game that tests knowledge of grammar terms and improves overall literacy. The game is helpfully differentiated into Beginners and Advanced stages, with pupils aiming to feed the Grammar Gorillas by correctly identifying nouns, verbs and other parts of speech. ( It also has some maths games)
NASEN home page:
Presented with fun cartoons, Spellaroo is a motivating
way to help Key Stage pupils with their spelling. Particularly appropriate for Special Needs pupil Spellaroo asks pupils to pick out the incorrectly spelled word from a sentenc encouraging pupils to self-check their own work.
The School House Technologies
Has lots of materials for KS1-2 (3ish)
These are a range of other sites I have found useful:
To trawl the senco-forum archives go to www.google.com and type in: senco-forum mailing list archives.