What speech therapist or teacher doesn't spend hours on the internet researching resources? I know I did when first starting out. These websites are great for both therapists and teachers looking for resources, mainly worksheets, that they can use in therapy sessions or the classroom. Some require a membership, but my goal here is to help you find as many FREE websites as possible!
This site offers therapy ideas, activities and resources for articulation, phonology and all kids of language areas. The site requires a membership in order to have full access to the resources which is $4.99/month or $49.99/year.
This site has many great worksheets if you're looking for some quick and easy therapy materials. This site is aimed more at teachers but you can find great sheets that work on phonics, language, reading comprehension, writing, etc. You do have to be a member to have access to the materials, however it's a reasonable price at just $19.99 for the basic package for a year.
This site offers printable activities for articulation, language and literacy. It also contains interactive computer games.
Lots of great speech and language resources, however you do have to subscribe to their website in order to have access to them. They do offer a free 30 day trial. I've used many of their materials and would definitely recommend this site, however I feel it's a bit expensive so take advantage of the trial and see how much you use the site to see if it's worth the money for you.
This is a great website that offers all kinds of printable language worksheets including reading comprehension, synonyms & antonyms, verb tenses, analogies, forming questions and tons more. The best part is...it's FREE!! Check it out:)
This website would be great for both SLP's, teachers, and of course parents when looking for language related worksheets. There are a lot of great resources here, way too many to list, so take a look! Oh and yes....it's free!
This site is obviously extremely beneficial for teachers, but also includes worksheets and activities that could be used in speech therapy for reading comprehension, writing, phonics, etc. Check out these FREE resources!
This is an excellent website that I used often when looking for language activities and worksheets. There are worksheets for any area of language including following directions, synonyms & antonyms, questions, idioms and many more. The site is easy to use and the worksheets are easy to print.
This is obviously a phonics site mainly created for teachers, however there's lots of great stuff that SLP's can use as well.
This is a great site that has all kinds of free printable english worksheets. Just a few examples include analogies, reading comprehension, synonyms & antonyms, phonics, word definitions and many more.