You can use activities you have saved on your computer, websites, and manipulatives in online sessions, and E-Therapy has a library of online resources that our therapists can access. What is your favorite way to find teletherapy activities?
I book marked my favorite websites and saved them to specific folders – language, articulation, reading comprehension, ect. This was a super quick and easy method to always have activities available on the fly.
Teachers pay teachers is my go to for activities! Anything and everything you can think of is there, so I don’t have to reinvent the wheel! I also have a membership to a few sites: everydayspeech.com (social skills), super teacher worksheets (reading/listening comp), education.com (lots of language activities) and I have a few physical programs that I love: think social and the central auditory processing kit!
I get a lot of ideas from Facebook and Pinterest groups. But I agree with Angela… TPT (Teachers Pay Teachers) has great materials for free or just a few dollars. I don’t mind investing in good quality materials that will save me time and can be reused each year (or added to if I have repeat students). My favorite TPT vendors are: Whimsical Word, Stacey Crouse, The Speech Ninja, Two Sisters Therapy, Peachie Speech, BVG SLP, and Speech Your Mind. I have paid memberships to IXL.com and Everydayspeech.com.
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