Resources for Students Receiving Speech & Language Services

Here is a list of resources for students who normally receive speech and language therapy when schools are in session.  Students can still practice language skills in the absence of speech pathologists or therapists. [Source]

Students who are receiving special education services for delayed speech and language may no longer have access to those services while schools are closed during the coronavirus outbreak.

There are several websites that target speech and language skills students can access in order to practice their skills in the absence of a pathologist or therapist.  The sites target a variety of areas like articulation, sequencing, vocabulary and analogies.  Some sites can be accessed on-the-go with phones, laptops and other mobile devices.
Helps learners build math, language arts and social studies skills.
Provides a free online tool to write, illustrate and publish children's stories.
A collection of brain teasers, puzzles, riddles, games and optical illusions.
Visual memory activities
This dictionary contains more than 2500 illustrations with translations in more than 50 languages.
Creative stories
Kindergarten level, including recognizing letters, understanding words consist of a sequence of sounds, rhyming, building vocabulary, following directions, and more.
Stories written by children
Words in various speech position, great for articulation
“R” sound word families
Vocabulary builder
Learn idioms
Sequencing games
Speech therapy word list
Free reading comprehension worksheets for teachers and parents to copy
Create Madlibs and web tales
Vocabulary builder
Online literature
Collection of free, easy-to-read, and accessible books on a wide range of topics
Famous actors read children's stories online
Free collection of reading passages in all literary and nonfiction genres for grades 3-12
Offers students up-to-date, high-interest articles that meet students right at their level
Worksheets for various speech sounds


These resources are important fro students.


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