Therapy Websites

Here is a list of bookmarked websites that I use a lot for therapy…  Have you heard of some great ones to share?  Post in the comments!  Always looking for new ideas!  Thanks! 🙂

Articulation:

  • Speaking of Speech is a great website— I especially love the section where they offer homework packets—for both language and artic!  http://www.speakingofspeech.com/Therapy_Homework_Packets.html
  • I use this one a ton! It gives a great visual with audio of how to make each sound.  I use it to show all the articulators and how they move together.  Kids love anything interaction and/or visual too to change things up in therapy.  I can also use it to compare to the kiddo’s production and have them decide if their sound sounds like the sound on the computer.  http://www.uiowa.edu/~acadtech/phonetics/#
  • Here are some random resources compiled—some good artic ones I’ve used.  http://www.quia.com/pages/speechersclass.html
  • I have used these a lot for kiddos with artic (think sent/phrase/para level!), as well as with language kids (main idea, wh questions, fact v. opinion, vocabulary, etc).  It’s relevant and reader friendly materials. http://sni.scholastic.com/

Language:

  • This is a GI-NORMOUS collection of resources, therapy materials, websites, etc etc.  Check it out! http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster2/sptherapy.html
  • This is another HIGHLY rated website for you to visit.  It has everything!  If you scroll down, it lists therapy activities and worksheets for grammar, antonyms/synonyms, reading comprehension, fact/opinion, writing prompts, story cues, etc. http://www.superteacherworksheets.com/full-ela.html
  • I have used these a lot for kiddos with artic (think sent/phrase/para level!), as well as with language kids (main idea, wh questions, fact v. opinion, vocabulary, etc).  It’s relevant and reader friendly materials. http://sni.scholastic.com/
  • Here are some high quality materials and therapy ideas for kids in the area of reading comprehension, language, vocab, etc.  The materials are separated by grades so that they are most appropriate age-wise. http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/grade/3-4/
  • I have a few kiddos that I do mathematics-based vocabulary with (mostly push-in), and this was a good site to find math terms in separate categories… http://mathisfun.com
  • Interactive Inferencing Riddles—kids play online! http://www.philtulga.com/Riddles.html

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