MEville to WEville, is designed for use by students with learning, communication, cognitive, or reading disabilities. This curriculum systematically integrates reading, writing, speaking, augmentative communication, and listening for elementary students with disabilities in the moderate to severe range. It was developed to build a classroom community that promotes a sense of belonging. Each unit offers students a new and different perspective on themselves, their families and their school. In Unit 1: ME, students focus on individuality and build a sense of self through a range of lessons about Who I Am, How I Feel and What I Like. Unit 1 includes the book "Today I Feel Silly," written by Jamie Lee Curtis. In Unit 2: MY FAMILY, students are given the opportunity to focus on relationship building as they participate in themed lessons, including Who Is My Family, Things We Do and Living With My Family. Unit 2 includes the book "Families," written by Ann Morris to support literacy learning. In Unit 3: MY SCHOOL, students cooperate with fellow classmates as they explore themed lessons that focus on Who Is At My School, What We Do and Being A Student. Unit 3 includes the book "My Special Day at Third Street School," written by Eve Bunting. Each unit includes a 300-page spiral bound manual in full color, 75 lessons and 60 extension activities that focus on reading activities, vocabulary and word wall activities, writing activities, creating books, art projects, games, brainstorming, relationship building, Action Dictionary: Assistive Technology Guide, one literature book that supports the theme and content of the lesson, activity reproducibles created with BoardMaker Symbols, and data collection tools for collecting and sharing student progress.