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.
A few examples are below as well as an extensive list from an excellent English as a Second Language site.
Check interactive activities throughout this entire site to find additional examples.
These resources will of course also work on your computer. ( Preschool and Kindergarten Worksheets - several topic areas - social/emotional development, phonemic awareness, letter/word awareness, auditory processing, visual discrimination, gross motor, and more.
(section updated December 27, 2017) Below are a few links to toys, books, and television programs popular with young children.
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!
(There are even flashcards for Communication Disorders students to practice!
) Language Study Stacks ( contains flashcards, hangman games, word search, matching and other activities.
North Carolina Guidelines for Speech-Language Pathology Services in Schools (2006) - 254 page manual filled with useful information, checklists, and forms ( The Rice/Wexler Test of Early Grammatical Impairment (Rice/Wexler) is an individually administered clinical tool that can be used for the identification, diagnosis, screening, and follow-up evaluation of grammatical deficits in young children, ages 3 through 8 years, who speak Standard American English (SAE).