For switch access training (students can use a switch, space bar, and/or mouse click), try these free resources:
Priory Woods - Switch videos are animations or slideshows set to music, which can be controlled by a range of common assistive access devices. They are designed to help children understand and generalise cause and effect (the action / reaction bond), one of the foundation stones for early learning. The videos can be played online or downloaded for use on a PC or Macintosh computer.Welcome to our free switch access and touch games area. Play the games online in your Flash enabled browser.Welcome to the Tar Heel Reader, a collection of free, easy-to-read, and accessible books on a wide range of topics. Each book can be speech enabled and accessed using multiple interfaces, including touch screens, the IntelliKeys with custom overlays, and 1 to 3 switches.
Tarheel gameplay has cause-and-effect gameplays that can be accessed for free and work on multiple platforms. Click on the link and then click on Find a gameplay to see a list of already made gameplays or click on Create to make your own. A gameplay is a video that has been modified so that after a set time of playing, it will stop and give a visual prompt. Play will continue once the mouse is clicked or a keyboard button is pressed. The links below are two gameplays. One is more language based and the other focuses on math.