Cybrary Man's Educational Web Sites
The internet catalogue
for students, teachers, administrators & parents.
Over 20,000 relevant links personally selected by an
educator/author with over 30 years of experience.
WAVE Web Accessibility Tool
Teacher Notes: Sensory
Explore Your Environment
Directions: Spend 15 minutes outside or inside your home
or school. Use your senses to answer these questions:
1. List everything you see.
2. Breathe in and describe what
3. Close your eyes and list the sounds that you hear.
Where did they come from?
4. Touch something (not another
person) close by and describe how it feels.
Blindness and Sight Links
Two Good Tools for The Visually Impaired Learners
American Foundation for the
Braille Institute of
National Eye Institute
Center Resource Sites on Blindness
Deaf Resource Library
Eye Diseases and
Optics for Teens
YouTube - Signing Time! "Nice to Meet You"
Deafness and Hearing Links
Five Things I Wish Everyone Knew About Hearing Loss | Living With
Another Study On Teens & Hearing Loss | Larry Ferlazzo
Deafness Resources on the Net
Listening Is Exhausting!
My Sign Language Page
Deafness Research Foundation - DRF
for the World to Change: Video on the Deaf Community
NIDCD: National Institute on
Deafness and Other Communication Disorders
Educational Technology in the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Classroom -
Another trip - Grade 2,
Huberman school (Hearing impaired class) in Hebrew
Mrs. Berg's Class
Audacity: Free Audio
Editor and Recorder
Senses - Paso Partners
Through Using Your Senses
Preschool - The
Senses - Lesson 1
Soungle - Royalty Free Sound Effects (FX)
Search the Web for Sounds
Understanding Vibration and Pitch
your own music sites on My Music page
Sound Resources (G1)
Sound Resources (G3)
Sound Resources (G5)
3-D eye exercises, games,
puzzles, vision therapy, visual training, eye training, visual
perception, Magic Eye 3D, stereograms
Magic Eye Inc.
Holography Lasers and
Associates - Optics for
Teaching Learners with Multiple Special
Best Books for Teaching About Senses
My Assistive Tech
Speech Help page
My Visual-Spatial Learners page