Check especially Education (lower grades, phonetics! , vocabulary, medical terminology, etc.) I Love Languages - amazing site with links to information about all the world languages. from the British Columbia Ministry of Education, Skills and Training. Com ( is a gifted and special education Web site for parents, includes Internet educational and treatment games to enhance learning and language skills ( organized in levels of difficulty.
Playaholics (web.archive.org/web/20030215052352/ in English or Norwegian has three levels of difficulty and an interesting selection of topics, including "frequently misspelled words." Bill's Games Hangman ( allows choice of topic, number of guesses, and a happy face or growing plant as the "hangman." The clinician can even enter a word for the client to "discover." This one rates 4 stars!
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.Games from - ( check out make your own comic about Captain Underpants ( (check out the language first to determine if it is appropriate for your child, and for your personal taste;-), the Magic School Bus ( Quizlet (quizlet.com/languages-and-vocab/) has many language and vocabulary free, online flashcards, and the option to make your own.Searching these sites will often turn up activities that can be adapted for therapy. Be sure to check the Children's bookshelf for many classics you may have enjoyed!( Children's_Bookshelf) Tar Heel Reader - "a collection of free, easy-to-read, and accessible books on a wide range of topics.The books may be downloaded as slide shows in Power Point, Impress, or Flash format.
Each book can be speech enabled and accessed using multiple interfaces, including touch screens, the Intelli Keys with custom overlays, and 1 to 3 switches.Action pictures - here ( and here ( - run off of sticker-backed paper to put on activity calendar, use as reinforcement, make flashcards, etc.Planning Language Therapy (web.archive.org/web/20130407030109/ Folder/Rider) by Larry Rider and several contributers.Be aware that URLs change and disappear and other sites are available and will become available. By request, will be added for those sites added within a six-month period.They will be deleted every six months or so as new materials are added.Kids Online Resources ( includes links to free downloads ( including [email protected] puzzle promo creator - PC only ( and Kinder Planet - ( - most for PC, created in 1998 so may not work with newer computers American Academy of Family Physicians site provides many excellent handouts (familydoctor.org) for workshops, client education about a variety of disorders including ADHD, stroke, noise-induced hearing loss, cleft lip/cleft palate, etc.