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Special Ed Issues April 2008

Resources

Articulation difficulties

http://www.quia.com/pages/speechersclass.html Games on this site focus on certain sounds like ch, th, sh, etc. There are also sounds in the final position, medial and beginning. Great for general speech and language needs.

Expressive Language

"Easy Does it Articulation" ISBN 10:0-7606-0144-5 Offers an oral motor approach to speech and language including sound group chapters with vocal warm-ups and taste and food activities! It will facilitate the target articulatory placements. Also included are pre-made tracking and data sheets!!!

Receptive Language

General Speech and Language

http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/bll/ Build vocabulary using a specific setting, Learn your letters and play with the rhyming Rhino. Cute interactive site the kids are sure to love!!!

http://pages.us.edu/reading/interventions.htm Great site that has accommodations for most difficulties including some speech and language issues.

"PocketGuide to Treatment in Speech-Language Pathology" ISBN0-7693-0159-2 A small book that will fit in your pocket that has 15 listed problems related to speech and language. Set up like a dictionary, the disorders and issues are alphabetically listed throughout the book!! Very organized and compact for easy use.

http://www.angelfire.com/nm2/speechtherapyideas/ RESOURCES, IDEAS AND ACTIVITIES coming from real speech and language pathologists.

http://www.speech-language-therapy.com/ideas.htm RESOURCES, IDEAS AND ACTIVITIES coming from real speech and language pathologists.

"Go-To Guides for Phonological Awareness" (2004) ISBN 1-932054-18-9 A small paperback filled with key terms about phonological and morphological awareness. Great assessment and interventions applicable to young students.

http://www.speech-language-therapy.com/tips.htm Great place including tips from speech pathologists and what the parents love that the SLP is doing. Great for Early Learning children.

http://speech.jppss.k12.la.us/ Website has practical activities that are ready to use and would be great for teaching in rural Alaska. Also included is useful information. File folder games you can print out as well as tips for parents!!!!

Interactive Online Activities for Students

Inference Battleship

Super Problem Solver (Social Skills)

Synonym/Antonym Crossword

Activities for Building Grammar and Vocabulary Skills

Web Resources

Voiced/Unvoiced Letter Sounds (Information)

Informative Downloads

media:PhonologicalAwareness.pdf

Resources for Teachers/Parents of Students with Significant Language Delays

Assistive Technology

Autism Support (Even if a student isn't autistic, many of these resources are surprisingly relevant for your students with significant language delays)

Resources ~ Round Two

Easy does it for Articulation is a great resource or actual activities to work on articulation goals. "Speech and Language

Classroom intervention Manual" is an awesome manual that focuses on pre-referral assessment and interventions. Specifically, there are 100's of ideas that cover goals and objectives for articulation, voice, fluency, form, content, and pragmatics. The authors are Hagan, McDannold, and Meyer. The publisher is Hawthorne Educational Services and their website is www.hes-inc.com. 1-800-442-9509.

Gamequarium.com is a fun website that I used to focus on some specific sounds that one of my sp/lang kids was having trouble with. I used both printalbes and online exercises/games as well as alot of the fry list activities. It also has 1000's of math, reading, writing/language, and technology games, puzzles, teaching/game videos, links,teacher tools, etc for kids pre-k through 6th grade. Most of the external links are active. I have used this mainly for my math kids who had a hard time memorizing math facts so I had them work on different games every day and it has increased their retention of add/subt/mul/div facts. Also, I have had great luck with the money games also!

http://rbeaudoin333.homestead.com/sightvocab_1.html is a website that focuses on sight words, fry words, sitton words, etc. You can choose from online activities, print outs, etc that is mainly geared toward pre-k through 3rd grade level activities. They also have some great links.

http://candohelperpage.com/index.html is a great page for pre-k through 3rd grade. It has tons of basic online exercises and printables that focus on learning the alphabet, basic writing skills for pre-k, basic consonant and vowel sounds, word structure, vocab, dictionary skills, reading comprehension, etc.

All in One is a great resource for activities relating to getting students to talk and practice speaking.

about 30 different speech/language websites.

http://www.sabine.k12.la.us/zes/sightwords/default1.htm is a great sight for elementary dolch, sight, vocab and other exercises.

http://www.manythings.org/vq/ has pre-k to 1st grade online matching activities for nouns, verbs, etc. Good links also.

http://iteslj.org/v/ei/ also has pre-k to 1st grade online matching activities for nouns, verbs, etc. Good links also.

http://www.manythings.org/lulu/ has picture games for matching, pairs, etc.

http://a4esl.org/ has ESL activities like quizzes and puzzles.

"Speech and Language Classroom intervention Manual" is an awesome manual that focuses on pre-referral assessment and interventions. Specifically, there are 100's of ideas that cover goals and objectives for articulation, voice, fluency, form, content, and pragmatics. The authors are Hagan, McDannold, and Meyer. The publisher is Hawthorne Educational Services and their website is www.hes-inc.com. 1-800-442-9509.

Gamequarium.com is a fun website that I used to focus on some specific sounds that one of my sp/lang kids was having trouble with. I used both printalbes and online exercises/games as well as alot of the fry list activities. It also has 1000's of math, reading, writing/language, and technology games, puzzles, teaching/game videos, links,teacher tools, etc for kids pre-k through 6th grade. Most of the external links are active. I have used this mainly for my math kids who had a hard time memorizing math facts so I had them work on different games every day and it has increased their retention of add/subt/mul/div facts. Also, I have had great luck with the money games also!

http://rbeaudoin333.homestead.com/sightvocab_1.html is a website that focuses on sight words, fry words, sitton words, etc. You can choose from online activities, print outs, etc that is mainly geared toward pre-k through 3rd grade level activities. They also have some great links.

http://candohelperpage.com/index.html is a great page for pre-k through 3rd grade. It has tons of basic online exercises and printables that focus on learning the alphabet, basic writing skills for pre-k, basic consonant and vowel sounds, word structure, vocab, dictionary skills, reading comprehension, etc.

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