Here are a few useful links to websites:

Mommy Speech Therapy website with speech sound lists
Mommy Speech Therapy website.  This website was provided as it gives you pictures for the various sounds. Page down until you find the list of speech sounds (i.e., p, f).  Click on the desired sound and it will give you the sound in all positions of words (i.e., initial position) at the word, sentence, and story level. 

Home speech home website with articulation and language word lists
Home Speech Home website.  Page down until you find the header Articulation with boxes below it with individual speech sounds.   Click on a box and it will open a new page.  Page down again until you find the lists of words for that sound (all positions of words).  Also on this same page you will find phrases, sentences, and paragraphs that are related to the sound you selected.   

If you are looking for language concepts (including social language), page down further on the home page and you’ll find various boxes containing language concepts (i..e, homophones, wh- questions, directions, sight words, prepositions, opposites, sequence of events) and then a separate section below language that targets social language (i.e., social scenarios, emotions, conversation starters).  

Story online website
Famous actors reading children's stories online.

The speech express blog (18 activities to support speech and language at home)
18 activities for speech and language practice at home from The Speech Express.  Each activity type (cooking, listening to music) has what goals can be targeted and what ages they recommend.

Using an AAC device at home 
This is the Center for AAC & Autism website.  This page contains information on using an AAC device with your student at home.

The Stuttering Foundation
This is the Stuttering Foundation website.  They often free online resources, services, and support to those who stutter and their families.   
The National Stuttering Association resources webpage
This is the National Stuttering Association resources page.  

Ken Nesbitt's Poetry 4 kids poem page
This is Ken Nesbitt's (author) poetry4kids page on his funny poems tab.  Practice reading the poems out loud using your good speech sounds.  

AAC Language Lab
AAC Language Lab website which provides resources for Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs), Educators and Parents to support augmentative and alternative communication.  There are free resources (blue box on the right of the screen, page down and you'll find free lesson plans, free activities, and free resources) provided on this webpage.  There is also a paid subscription which I have access to as an educator.    

Zones of Regulation Free Handouts
If your child's classroom utilizes the Zones of Regulation curriculum, this page has 3 free handouts (information about the curriculum, a glossary of terms, and a visual of the zones) that explain and support the curriculum.  Zones is used to foster self-regulation and emotional control.  It was created by Leah Kuypers, MA ED., OTR/L.   

Articulation Flashcards For s-sh-ch-and-th FREE download
Link to teachers pay teachers website for a resource that can be downloaded from the Dabbling Speechie.  Provides lists of s, sh, ch, and th words that can be practiced

Energizing-Robots-Multisyllabic-Words-Game-FREEBIE
Link to teachers pay teachers website for a resource that can be downloaded from the Dabbling Speechie.  Provides pictures/words of multi-syllable words.  It also comes with a dice you can make and a gameboard.



LINKS FOR READ ALOUDS WITH COUNTY SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS (SLPs)

Read aloud with SLPs-The Pout-Pout Fish in the Big-Big Dark
A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists (includes Ms. Goldberg).  Practice areas include: past tense, describing words

Read aloud with SLPs - Clifford's Busy Week
A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists (includes Ms. Goldberg).  Practice areas include: AAC core words using LAMP Words for Life, location words, /r/ words

Read aloud with SLPs-Clifford the small red puppy
A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists.  This one is read by Ms. Goldberg.  Practice areas include: the /l/ sound, the /r/ sound, the "th" sound, past tense


Read aloud with SLPs -llama llama red pajama
A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists (includes Ms. Goldberg).  Practice areas include: blends, the /s/ sound, 2-3 syllable words, the /r/ sound

Read aloud with SLPs -Dragons love tacos
A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists.  Practice areas include: the /r/ sound, blends, multisyllable words

Read aloud with SLPs -Never, ever shout in a zoo
A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists.  Practice areas include: "sh, "ch," "j," "l," vocalic /r/ (i.e., er, ar) words

Read aloud with SLPs -Fancy Nancy
A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists.  Practice areas include: plural s, final "s" words (pronounced /s/ or /z/), /f/, and vocabulary words

Read aloud with SLPs -Please, Mr. Panda

A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists (including Ms. Goldberg).  Practice areas include:  blends, 2 syllable words, /l/ words, and /s/ words

Read aloud with SLPs -Where the wild things are
A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists (including Ms. Goldberg).  Practice areas include: "th" words, /s/ blends in words, /l/ words, and final consonants in words

Read aloud with SLPs -Corduroy
A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists (read by Ms. Goldberg).  Practice areas include: "th" words, sh & ch words, /f/ words, blends

Read aloud with SLPs -If you give a moose a muffin
A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists (including Ms. Goldberg).  Practice areas include: blends, "th" words, /r/ words, /s/ words

Read aloud with SLPs -Bright Stanley
A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists.  Practice areas include: prepositions/location words, adjectives, /r/ words

Read aloud with SLPs -Bunny Cakes
A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists (including Ms. Goldberg).  Practice areas include: /k/ and /g/ words, "th" words

Read aloud with SLPs -Pete the Cat: Play Ball
A read aloud with PWCS speech language pathologists (including Ms. Goldberg).  Practice areas include: /s/ and /z/ sounds; /r/ sounds

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