Welcome to our homework page! We hope you find many ideas of for home program and practice!
Articulation (Speech Sounds):
- Mommy Speech Therapy: This site has worksheets for individual sounds (including consonants and vowels) at the beginning, middle, and end of the word. The site also has sentence practice sheets as well.
- Heatherspeechtherapy: Great sight that has articulation practice worksheets beginning at the syllable level and progressing to the phrase level.
- Testyyettrying: This sight has card sets and games.
- Speech-Language-therapy.com: Lots of worksheets by sound/phoneme.
- Carlee Oliver SLP: Word and Sentence Practice. This site also has Minimal Pairs (2 words that sound very similar to practice articulation accuracy).
- Elena Marie SLP: Look on the right side bar and scroll down the page to find the worksheet/practice activities.
- Ms. Lane's SLP: Articulation worksheets and games.
Auditory Processing (Listening):
- Speaking of Speech: This site has information about Auditory Processing, discrimination activities, rhymes, multi-step directions, and fun bingo games.
- Education.com: Suggestions on fun games to use to build Auditory Memory and Auditory Sequencing.
- Leeds Community Healthcare: Suggestions for fun activities that address Auditory Processing.
- Inner Pieces Gallery: Word Lists, multi-step directions, and fun Auditory Memory games.
Augmentative Communication (Communicating with symbols):
(Alternate methods of communication without (or with) verbalization):
- Picto-Selector: This site has free picture symbols that can be downloaded.
- Families together Inc: Has specific symbols already made.
- The Internet Picture Dictionary: Free symbols by category.
- Little Explorers Picture Dictionary: Scroll down to the 'alphabet' colored blocks to access symbols.
- E-learning visuals: This site has Activities of Daily Living Sequences with symbols, choice boards, etc.
- SET: Symbols sorted by category.
Executive Functioning (Working Memory, Sequencing, Problem Solving, etc:
- NClD: Great information about Executive Functioning and strategies to practice and employ.
- Great Schools.org: Great explanation of Executive Functioning, components of, and strategies to address areas of challenge.
- Jill Kuzma: Homework planning sheet.
- Jill Kuzma: Transitions
- Smart Apps for Special Needs: Suggestions for apps to help students organize, problem-solve, plan, etc.
- wsdbestpracticies: Several recommendations on various aspects of Executive Functioning. (Promoting Executive Functioning in the classroom)
- nspt4kids: Suggestions of how to incorporate activities requiring executive functioning at home.
- OzarkSpeechie: Great breakdown of skill set and specific types of activities and tasks to use to address Executive Functioning difficulties.
- Speaking Freely Student Workbook: Very specific methods to address Dysfluency. Follow the recommendations of your Speech-Language Pathologist to know what aspects of this document to use.
- FluencyFriday: Strategies and games for easy speech beginning with the single word all the way to conversation.
- FluencyFriday-Adolescents: Specific tasks to rehearse fluency (ie. phone use, visualization, etc).
- mnsu: Very specific information for parents, educators, and SLP's.
- Speech Anchor Charts: This a free download, but has great information.
Hearing Impairment (Aural Rehabilitation):
- Ling Sound Chart: Check the function of your student/child's devices with the Ling Sounds.
- Hope Tips: Learning with Literacy: Great resource for parents and educators in addressing learning in children with hearing impairments.
- Listen Learn and Talk: Another informative resource on several aspects of being a new listener.
- The Listening Room: Lots of strategies and activities.
- Auditory Bombardment: Has audio files with varies speech targets.
Language (Using words, grammer, syntax, parts of language):
- Heatherspeechtherapy: Scroll down to the Grammar worksheets and the vocabulary worksheets. Pronouns, past tense verbing, seasonal vocabulary and games.
- Free Language Stuff: Lots of worksheets here focusing on: adjectives, adverbs, antonyms/synonyms, attributes (parts and functions), categories, Comparatives, Compound/Complex sentences, Conjunctions, Following Directions, Helping verbs, Idioms, Irregular Past tense verbing, Multiple meaning words, Negatives, Pronouns, Questions, Similarities/Differences, Verbs/Tense.
- Conjunctions: Chart showing Main Clause and Subordinating Clause.
- Pronoun sheet: Phrase chart with symbols to identify he/she
- SLPlessons: Lots of information: Vocabulary, Antonym/Synonym, and multi-meaning words.
- Prepositions: Word like in, out, on, off etc. Lots of worksheets
- Prepositions: Worksheets
- Calendar Activities: Templates, information on days, weeks, months, etc
Social Pragmatics (Social Skills):
- Watertownk-12: A variety of links with many helpful activities.
- mnsu: Many links dealing with social skills, feelings/emotions, and social stories.
- ASHA: Great links and information on many aspects of Social Communication.
- bluevalleyk12: Expected and Unexpected worksheet
- Social Video clips for Expected/Unexpected behaviors (The Speech House): Several clips to help you student identify expected and unexpected behaviors and the impact on the student and others.
- jillkuzma Speech Bubbles