Speech Language Pathology Resources
ABC Teach - has free Printable activity sheets and project helpers
ABCYA - has several educational activities at various grade levels.
Akinator - twenty questions to guess a famous charactor
A Touch of Class - an interactive categorization activity
Awesome Library - has many links to explore for materials.
BookPop Virtual Library - has stories read by the author Stephen Cosgrove.
Can We Talk? - is a site containing PDF files of free, quickly read and easily understood brochures and handouts about working with speech delayed children.
Chateau Meddybemps - young writer's workshop
Checklists and Forms - many language teacher checklists such as "Things I know and can do."
Clifford's Interactive Storybooks - with lots of additional activities.
Coloring Pages for Kids - contains hundreds of pages in over a hundred categories - great resource!
Communication Matrix - "an assessment tool designed to pinpoint exactly how an individual is communicating and to provide a framework for determining logical communication goals." First published in 1990 and revised in 1996 and 2004 by Dr. Charity Rowland of Oregon Health & Science University, "t was designed primarily for speech-language pathologists and educators to use to document the expressive communication skills of children who have severe or multiple disabilities, including children with sensory, motor and cognitive impairments."
Cricker - a new type of crossword puzzle that gears itself to your level.
DLTK's Printable Crafts For Kids - Books, crafts, sequencing activities and a lot more! including "Sponge Bob."
Dress Up activities - many links to dress up dolls, rooms, cities, robots, and much more
Flood! - categorization activity
Free-reading.net - excellent alphabet flashcards
Free Rice - donates 20 grains of rice to the UN World Food Program for each vocabulary word you get right!
Fun-To-Read Stories and Music To Your Ears - samples of six freely-available books.
Juniors Web - a speech therapy activities site with several good interactive activities.
Kids and Teachers - from National Institute of Deafness and other Communication Disorders
Kizclub - has a variety of activities and printables.
Lecky activities - and tons of other interactive activities for preschoolers
Literacy Center Education Network's pre and early reading curriculum - provides over a million free lessons following a "Modified Montessori approach to teaching reading." The Parent and Teacher section is divided into subject areas where lessons can be chosen for specific purposes.
Mrs. Alphabet - features a nice variety of alphabet activity ideas
Picture Dictionary - has nearly 2500 entries, and suggested activities for early readers and grades 2-3
Preschool and Kindergarten Worksheets - several topic areas: social/emotional development, phonemic awareness, letter/word awareness, auditory processessing, visual discrimination, gross motor, and more.
Preschool Learners - 400 free printable worksheets
Primary Games - includes
Robo~Bee - find the word that best completes the sentence
School Express - 15,000 free worksheets
School Sparks Free Worksheets for Your Young Child - in 8 critical areas including auditory processing, phonemic awareness, social and emotional development, and more.
Sorting Games - like a simplified 20 questions which encourages careful evaluation of a set of similar pictures.
Sound Stories - Free audio from Candlelight stories.
Speech and Language Milestones - by Gard, Gilman, and Gorman (1993) provides a comprehensive list
Speech Therapy Games - from Junior's Web, a commercial site with several free interactive examples
StarFall - features interactive books.
Storyline Online - famous actors read children's stories
Story Time For Me - All the books are animated, have word highlighting and are professional narrated.
Test of Narrative Language Measures - tests for preschool and school age children
TheColor.com - has over 1000 fun online coloring pages.
The Edmonton Narrative Norms Instrument (ENNI) - is norm-referenced narrative assessment instrument for collecting language information from children aged 4 to 9 through storytelling, by Phyllis Schneider, Rita Vis Dube', and Denyse Hayward. Contains several stories without words. Norms from a sample of 377 children are included for a number of analyses, including story information, referring expressions, and standard language analyses such as number of different words, Mean Length of Communication Unit, and Subordination Index.
The Gateway - nearly 8000 materials/ideas for language arts activities
The Rice/Wexler Test of Early Grammatical Impairment (Rice/Wexler) - is an individually administered clinical tool that can be used for the identification, diagnosis, screening, and follow-up evaluation of grammatical deficits in young children, ages 3 through 8 years, who speak Standard American English (SAE).
Therapy Ideas - a collaborative resource.
Thinkfinity - reviewed links to many internet resources for all age groups
Tips page - from Caroline Bowen includes wonderful suggestions from practicing clinicians.
Twisty Noodle - lots of nice coloring pages and worksheets arranged in themes - for preschool though first grade.
Vocabulary University - has many activities such as Fill-in-the-Blanks, Definition Matching, Synonym & Antonym Encounter, Word Find and Crossword for older children and adults.
Whomp - like an online Boggle
Woodlands Literacy Zone an amazing site with links to online interactive activities on words and spellings, grammar and punctuation, writing and text work, and online stories.
Word Lab and many more
World of Words - vocabulary games by Lonn Swanson