Wednesday, November 19, 2008

WFMW: Speech & Language websites for kiddos

As you'all know, I'm a speech pathologist at a local elementary school. There are several websites that I love to use in my classroom and have my kiddos practice at home. I thought I'd share these sites so more kiddos could use 'em! for early readers and to highlight certain sounds. for vocabulary games and for specific sound/articulation games

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Rachel@just another day in paradise said...

yay! another slp!

Elizabeth said...

I haven't heard of the starfall website before. I'll have to check it out. A good crafty website is It has tons of easy themed craft ideas. I used it all the time in grad school.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing these websites. My son was born severely hearing impaired and received a cochlear implant at age 4. His language acquisition has been steady, albeit slow. I am always trying new products, therapy etc. and sharing all ideas with his speech therapist. I really appreciate your suggestions.

Rachel@just another day in paradise said...

I am an slp at a small rural hospital in northwest arkansas. I did my undergrad at nsu in tahlequah. you can email me at

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