(K – 5/6th Grade)

The iBelong program includes 10 lessons for kindergarten through 5th grades designed to be taught during a 30-minute instructional period. Each lesson engages students in active, multimodal learning, using media, games, books, hands-on activities, class discussion, and group/teamwork.

iBelong lessons present all material at an age-appropriate level, building from year-to-year on previous knowledge. American Sign Language is incorporated into each unit.

Learning Objectives

Lesson 1Introduction to the Program
Lesson 2
Lesson 3
Lesson 4Deafness/Hard of Hearing
Lesson 5Blindness
Lesson 6Learning Disabilities
Lesson 7Communication/Speech Disorders
Lesson 8Motor Disabilities
Lesson 9Down Syndrome
Lesson 10Final Program Review

Requirements Met

iBelong lessons meet clearly defined learning objectives aligned to grade-specific Common Core standards to aid progression in social emotional learning. Because iBelong has an emphasis on individuals with disabilities – an estimated 20% of the population – it can satisfy anti-bullying, character development and disability history and awareness programming needs as well as state and federal requirements. 


  • Curriculum Bundle
  • $1099
  • Includes: Teacher Manual and 1 Flash Drive*
    *includes Lesson Plans, Instructor Resources and Student Handouts


Only available with the purchase of a Curriculum Bundle

  • Additional Flash Drive
  • $25
  • 1 Flash Drive featuring Lesson Plans, Instructor Resources and Student Handouts.
    (Must have previously purchased or are currently purchasing a Curriculum Bundle).
  • Additional Teacher Manual
  • $100
  • 1 Teacher Manual.
    (Must have previously purchased or are currently purchasing a Curriculum Bundle).
  • Marketing Materials
  • $100
  • Includes Fact Sheet in editable Publisher E-file format.
    (RAMP and program logo may not be altered in any way).

This curriculum is a wonderful way to introduce students to life after high school. It is clearly laid out in a professional, workable, and presentable manner. T’NT provides students with high functioning disabilities with valuable information on educational opportunities, employment information, budgets, and independent living. I would recommend this program to any school district looking to empower their students and prepare them for post-school activities.

Megan N.Teacher, Hononegah High School, Rockton, IL

Many of my students feel more comfortable sharing some of their invisible disabilities with their classmates, which I believe is directly related to the lessons taught through OnRAMP’s curriculum, iBelong as they know that all students now have a basic understanding of how to treat others.

Tracy S.4th Grade Teacher, Poplar Grove Elementary, Poplar Grove, IL

T’NT helps expose students to what life is like post high school. I especially liked the mock interviews and how it benefited the students.

Chuck S.Teacher, Guilford High School, Rockford, IL

I find that the T’NT curriculum coincides very well with the textbook we use each day in our class. I also find the variety of topics, technology and community partners to be helpful in having the students grasp the concepts we are teaching.

Ryan M.Teacher, East High School, Rockford, IL

I liked T’NT. It helped by bringing in different people to talk about subjects I need to know about for my future.

Lamarion G.Student

The topics we have talked about are very helpful and will pay off later.

Corbin R.Student