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    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?

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    Jessi
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    I really love using the resources tool in my E-Therapy STAR dashboard. It makes it easy to find my favorite sites and to explore some new ones!

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    Sara
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    I really like to use an online whiteboard to create materials, and make activities more interactive- such as uploading a bingo board and then using fun pics/icons as tokens to play with the student.

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    Amanda
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    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.

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    Angela
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    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!

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    Kristi
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    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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