Netting for FREE intervention materials: Filling Your Clinic Files Affordably
Disclaimer: Be aware that URLs change and disappear and other sites are available and will become available. These sites are provided simply as good examples. These resources and many, many more are "hotlinked" at http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster2/sptherapy.html
Examples of "interactive"
- Woodlands Literacy Zone an amazing site with links to online interactive activities on words and spellings, grammar and punctuation, writing and text work, and online stories. (www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/interactive/literacy/index.htm)
- Whomp (www.fekids.com/kln/games/whomp) - like an online Boggle
- Word Dice (www.crickweb.co.uk/ks2literacy.html)
- English Eggs (www.inglese.it/eggs.htm)
- Speech Therapy Games - from Junior's Web, a commercial site with several free interactive examples (www.juniorsweb.com/slp/?src=overture)
- Animal Sounds (www.abc.net.au/children/bananas/games/animal_sounds/default.htm)
- Who Am I - guess animal sounds (www.kidsplanet.org/games/js/whoami.html)
- Build-a-Bear Interactive Activities (www.buildabear.com/play/default.aspx?pageID=games)
- Houghton Mifflin Spelling Match (www.eduplace.com/cgi-bin/schtemplate.cgi?template=/kids/hmsv/smg/smg.thtml&game_file=game_6_30&grade=6&unit=30)
- Games from Scholastic.com -
(www.scholastic.com/kids/games.htm) check out make your own comic about Captain Underpants (http://www.scholastic.com/captainunderpants/comic.htm) (check out the language first to determine if it is appropriate for your child, and for your personal taste;-), the Magic School Bus (www.scholastic.com/magicschoolbus/games/home.htm) and Building Language for Literacy, (www.scholastic.com/magicschoolbus/games/home.htm).
- Interactive Literacy Resources - plurals, Three Little Pigs, etc. (www.crick.northants.sch.uk/pageliteracy.html)
- Online games, (www.realarcade.com) including Wheel of Fortune
- Subservient Chicken (www.subservientchicken.com)
- Yeti, The Abominable snowman
(www.newweb.net/cgi-bin/yeti/yeticgi.pl) - a Knowbot
- Ozmo the Oracle (www.cyberhaunt.com/site/fun/attractions/ozmo.html)
- Scary Spuds (www.crickweb.co.uk/Early-Years.html)
- What's in the Bag? (www.readwritethink.org/materials/in_the_bag/index.html)
- Sorting Games (www.mape.org.uk/activities/sorting_games/index.htm) like a simplified 20 questions which encourages careful evaluation of a set of similar pictures.
- Lecky activities and more (www.crickweb.co.uk/Early-Years.html)
- Monkey Squash and many more activities. (http://www.britishcouncil.org/kids-games-play-and-learn.htm), part of LearnEnglishKids (ww.britishcouncil.org/kids.htm)
Examples of reproducibles and activities that can be adapted for therapy
Examples of books, stories, magazines, podcasts, and movies that can provide materials for therapy
- Examples of short articles/stories and books which could be used for a variety of therapy activities
- Electronic books - read-along or listen to
- Short podcasts
- Movie Trailers and Vlogs
- Clips from movies especially interesting to kids (http://kids.yahoo.com/movies/dvd/dvdcomingsoon)
- Sesame Street videos - even several of Kermit as well as being able to see Mr. Hooper and Gordon again (http://video.sesameworkshop.org)
- Movie List (www.movie-list.com) and Quicktime movie trailers (www.apple.com/trailers) have movie trailers for stimulating conversation.
Examples of actual Clinical Materials/Ideas on the Internet
Diagnosis of language disorders
General Language Sites
- The Edmonton Narrative Norms Instrument (ENNI) (http://www.rehabmed.ualberta.ca/spa/enni/) is norm-referenced narrative assessment instrument for collecting language information from children aged 4 to 9 through storytelling, by Phyllis Schneider, Rita Vis Dubé, and Denyse Hayward. Contains several stories without words. Norms from a sample of 377 children are included for a number of analyses, including story information, referring expressions, and standard language analyses such as number of different words, Mean Length of Communication Unit, and Subordination Index.
- Checklists and Forms (www.speechpathology.com/schoolBased/checklists.asp) - many language teacher checklists such as "Things I know and can do."
Working on vocabulary
- word/language games (www.quia.com/pages/havefun.html) - created on QUIA by Tracy Gefroh Boyd
- sequencing games (www.quia.com/pages/sequencingfun.html) - created on QUIA by Tracy Gefroh Boyd
- MES English - free printable for teachers of young learners. (www.mes-english.com)
- Figurative language
Working on Morphology/Syntax
Other Language Materials - primarily designed for Teaching English as a Second Language, but easily adapted for children with language-learning disorders and adults who are re-learning language following a stroke.
- RICE URL HERE
- World of Words vocabulary games by Lonn Swanson (www.quia.com/pages/worldowords.html)
- Online version of Twenty Questions - (come.to/20Q)
- Vocabulary University
(www.vocabulary.com/) has many activities such as Fill-in-the-Blanks, Definition Matching, Synonym & Antonym Encounter, Word Find and Crossword for older children and adults.
(pbskids.org/adventures/treasurebox/printables.html) from PBS, including word
search and crossword puzzles.
- Clicker (clickler.com/crickler.html) - a new type of crossword puzzle that gears itself to your level.
- Various printables (www.speakingofspeech.com/generic.html?pid=26) from Materials Exchange.
- Rootonym (www.uclick.com/client/mma/tmroo/)
- Quia's Online Autumn Hangman (www.quia.com/hm/1726.html) - an easy version, available in "Flash" or "html" version.
Speech sound disorders
QUIA (www.quia.com/topics.html) -
check especially early learning and speech - is now subscription-based for a fee. But some treasures can still be accessed without "joining."
Various materials (www.speakingofspeech.com/generic.html?pid=26) from Materials Exchange
A Collection of Approaches to the "R" Sound (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster2/therapy/rtherapy.html)
The Sounds of English and Spanish - from the University of Iowa
Minimal pairs - vowels and consonants
(pages.britishlibrary.net/marlodge/wordlist/index.html) by John Higgins
Various worksheets and printables from edHelper.com (www.edHelper.com) - a subscription site with freely-available samples
A few examples of using these materials to work on literacy issues
Environmental Print Awareness
- Focus on print symbols
- Use logos and signs of fast food restaurants, street signs, movie theater signs, logos on cereal boxes, toys
- Include written words on picture stimuli.
- Use printed words as cues
- Personal Educational Press (www.educationalpress.org/educationalpress) - produce word flash cards
- Primary Games (www.primarygames.com/index.html) - includes "word lab"
- CVC Maker (www.crickweb.co.uk/ks1literacy.html) and many other interactive literacy activities at different skill levels
- Use print stimuli for phrase and sentence activities
Goldilocks Sequencing (www.teachingideas.co.uk/english/contents.htm) and other downloads from TeachingIdeas
- Alphabetic/Letter Knowledge
- Rhymes, alliteration, finger play
- Nursery rhymes
- Finger Plays
- Sense of Story
- Predictable stories/activities with repeated lines.
- Familiar Stories and Tales
- Additional ideas
- Story Map from Scholastic (http://content.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=2994)
- Printable Booklets for emergent readers (www.hubbardscupboard.org/printable_booklets.html#WordFamilyBooklets)
- The following excellent web sites provide many additional literacy activities:
- Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening (pals) site has many suggested activities for phonological awareness and literacy skills.
- Preschool Library Story Place (www.storyplace.org/preschool/other.asp)
- Reading Workshop contains wonderful materials created by elementary school teacher at Palma Sola Elemenatry School (www.manatee.k12.fl.us/sites/elementary/palmasola/rcompindex.htm)
- Literacy Center Education Network's pre and early reading curriculum (www.literacycenter.net/lessonview_en.htm) provides over a million free lessons following a "Modified Montessori approach to teaching reading." The Parent and Teacher section is divided into subject areas where lessons can be chosen for specific purposes.
- StarFall (http://starfall.com) was created "to meet the needs of the emergent reader by incorporating rhyming games and high-interest books that teach phonemic awareness (sounds in words), phonics, decoding skills, and comprehension." The materials are designed for first grade, but are also useful for pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and second grade. Features include interactive books, activities, movies, and worksheets.
- Webbing Into Literacy (http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/go/wil/home.html) packed with colorful materials and ideas originally designed for rural Head Start teachers features a developmentally appropriate approach to literacy instruction. Contains materials and lesson plans to accompany favorite children's books and Alphabet Books - (http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/go/wil/home.html#Alphabet)
The Multimodal Communication Screening Task for Persons with Aphasia (MCST-A) Picture Stimulus Book by A Kathryn L. Garrett, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Joanne Lasker, Ph.D., CCC-SLP (http://aac.unl.edu/screen/picture.pdf) and The Multimodal Communication Screening Task for Persons with Aphasia (MCST-A) score sheet and instructions by A Kathryn L. Garrett, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Joanne Lasker, Ph.D., CCC-SLP (http://aac.unl.edu/screen/score.pdf)
Stroke Caregivers Handbook (www.strokesafe.org/Handbook.html)
Subscribe to Stroke Connection - FREE (www.strokeassociation.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=2541)
Medical cards in English and Spanish (www.aphasianyc.org/anyc/Info.htm)
Conversation boards for favorite snacks and drinks, from TinSnips (a site for people with autism) (www.tinsnips.org/Pages/makeandtake.html)
Supporting People with Aphasia - (www.aphasia.asn.au/aphasiafriendly/macos/welcome.htm) a website designed for people with Aphasia, includes personal stories and a newsletter.
Vocabulary activities with audio files (www.eslgold.net)
Interesting Things for ESL Students is filled with vocabulary activities and much more (www.manythings.org)
Jokes - listen and retell (www.manythings.org/jokes/)
Match vegetable with the name (www.crickweb.co.uk/vegetable-english.html) - has other similar activities.
On-line puzzles (www.jigzone.com) - use to increase concentration abilities
More online puzzles (http://thinks.com/daily_jigsaw_puzzle.htm)
Weekly Reader Teens has online activities that require concentration. (www.weeklyreader.com/teens)
Sudoko Puzzles Free Online Daily (www.sudoko.us/)
I M Brainy (www.biausa.org/Pages/biam2003/imbrainy.html) from the Brain Injury Association has a variety of resources available for adults and children on prevention in English and Spanish.
Word finding/Memory materials
Motor Speech Disorders/Augmented/Alternative Communication
Dysarthria/apraxia screening tool
Comparison chart - apraxia, dysarthria, severe phonological disorder
BUILLD (Bringing Unity into Language and Learning Development) Curriculum Guide developed to teach the Unity servies and enhance language development (www.prentrom.com/images/teaching/builld.pdf). Also check the Teaching ideas for all age levels (www.prentrom.com/teaching_ideas/teaching_ideas_information/teaching_ideas_information)
Communication aids for public libraries (www.scopevic.org.au/therapy_crc_lfa.html) - alphabet, word, and picture boards
Visually-cued instruction (www.talklc.com/handout/Visually_Cued_Instruction.html) - an interactive communication method for individuals who are nonverbal.
AAC Messaging and Vocabulary - word lists (aac.unl.edu/vocabulary.html) including list for ALS patients (http://aac.unl.edu/ALS_Message_List1.htm)
100 most used words from interview with AAC user (http://homepage.mac.com/terryjohnmick/jafw/html/lang/vocab/100_baker.htm)
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Connecting Young Kids (YAACK Home Page) (aac.unl.edu/yaack/) or YAACK (home.hawaii.rr.com/wenlu/yaack/toc.html)
Intellitools Activity Exchange
(www.intellitools.com/index.htm) - contains hundreds of activities for use with
IntelliKeys using Overlay Maker, IntelliTalk, IntelliPics and/or ClickIt! Works
on MAC or PC. You don't need to own IntelliTools software to use activities
from the Exchange.
AAC Therapy Materials Things That Are Free (http://www.vantatenhove.com/materials.php3) from Gail M. Van Tatenhove, includes Vocabulary lists; Pronoun Phrases Flip Book - MinTalk; Manual Communication Boards; Minspeak Profile Protocol - Templates for assessing someone for a Minspeak; Phrase flip book for UnityEnhanced in Vantage/Vanguard; and more!
Boardmaker Files (www.setbc.org/res/equip/boardmaker/files.html#files)
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Symbol World (www.symbolworld.org/index.htm) - a monthly magazine, stories, recipes, etc. for symbol readers
"Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)" Quest to help kids learn about autism (www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/kids/kautismpage.htm)
Facial Expressions (www.dotolearn.com/games/facialexpressions/index.htm) from DoToLearn. Also has picture cards and additional learning games (www.dotolearn.com/games/learningames.htm), including The Feelings Game (www.dotolearn.com/games/feelingsgame/index.htm)
Expression cards (www.senteacher.org/Worksheet/40/Prosopagnosia.xhtml) from SEN Teacher free printables (www.senteacher.org/Print/)
Make Beliefs Comix (www.makebeliefscomix.com/)
Beyond Autism Pecs Pictures and Icons (http://trainland.tripod.com/pecs.htm)
Picture Recipes (www.bry-backmanor.org/picturerecipes.html) from Bry-Back Manor (www.bry-backmanor.org/)
Social Stories (www.polyxo.com/socialstories) - Teaching Children with Autism.
Anatomy of A Conversation: Social Scripts Suggested Conversational Messages (www.lburkhart.com/chat_ideas.htm) by Linda J. Burkhart and Caroline Ramsey Musselwhite
Social Stories written by the staff of the Flemington-Raritan Autism Program. (www.frsd.k12.nj.us/autistic/Social%20Stories/social_stories.htm
ABA Educational Resources (www.abaresources.com) provides many free downloads including Thematic Token Economy Boards
Tin Snips (www.tinsnips.org) - a special education resource that includes worksheets and activities for students with autistic spectrum disorders
Widgit Resources (www.widgit.com/resources/index.htm) - symbol-supported learning materials and symbol stories
Children with Special Needs Downloads (www.childrenwithspecialneeds.com/downloads.html) is a treasure chest of materials compressed (.zip) and in .pdf format, including Picture symbol downloads, McDonald's menus, action pictures and MORE (www.childrenwithspecialneeds.com/downloads/picturesymbols.html)
Discrimination Cards from the Pediatric Cochlear Implant Program (http://www.sickkids.ca/cochlearimplant/section.asp?s=For+Therapists&sID=6702&ss=Discrimination+cards&ssID=6768)
Wise Ears - a national campaign to prevent noise-induced hearing loss from NIDCD (www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/wise/index.asp)
Speech and Auditory Training Activities (www.deafed.net/PublishedDocs/sub/980122w.htm).
The Art of Cueing - several video clips which demonstrate how to cue example words and phrases (web7.mit.edu/CS/Art/).
(www.funbrain.com) - sign the alphabet
The Described and Captioned Media Program (CMP) - a free-loan, open-captioned media collection of over 4,000 titles (videos, including some that are streamed and available online, CD-ROM, and DVD) available to hearing impaired, their parents, or those who work with them) are video streamed lessons in ASL and speech reading. (www.dcmp.org)
Speech Reading In Context: A Guide for Practice in Everyday Settings (clerccenter.gallaudet.edu/products/Sharing-Ideas/speech/index.html) from Gallaudet University Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center, contains lesson plans and activities.
Scott Bradley's hearing loss simulator (http://facstaff.uww.edu/bradleys/radio/hlsimulation/)
Scott Bradley's Wireless FM (Auditory Trainer) Simulation - (http://facstaff.uww.edu/bradleys/radio/fm/)
Lippy the Lion - a traveling educational tool (www.widesmiles.org/lippy/)
The Story of Thumper, the
Cleft-affected Bunny (www.widesmiles.org/Kids_Lit/thumper/) by Joanne Green
Anthony Visits His Cleft Palate Team (www.widesmiles.org/Kids_Lit/anthonytm/) by Joanne Green
Welcome to our clinic - an activity and coloring book to help your child prepare for their visit to the Velopharyngeal Dysfunction Clinic at Cincinnati Children's (http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/NR/rdonlyres/7B47C81C-BF2B-4504-A948-487956873EF2/0/activitybook.pdf)
(web.archive.org/web/20031204003041/http://www.unc.edu/~chooper/classes/voice/webtherapy/index.html) a collection by
Riski's Assessing VPI
Speech therapy to
improve hypernasality (www.choa.org/default.aspx?id=761) by John Riski
Resources for Children and Adolescents about
You Don't Always Die From Tobacco (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJ2AzmbYcCO).
Vocal Abuse Checklist for Children and Ideas to eliminate vocal abuse (speech.jppss.k12.la.us/ Vocal%20Abuse%20Checklist%20For%20Children.doc)
The Voice Academy (www.uiowa.edu/~shcvoice/index.html) presents strategies relating to vocal health for teachers and contains a fully-scripted, 50 minute in-service curriculum (www.uiowa.edu/~shcvoice/slp.html) that SLPs can use to introduce teachers to this resource.
Stuttering Home Page (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/stutter.html)
Woody Starkweather, et. al. Stuttering Prevention: A Manual for Parents (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/Parents/starkweather.html)
Online stop watch (http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/stopwatch)
Parent-Clinician Fluency Assessment (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/gjohnson/parentsknowbest.html) by Janice Westbrook is designed to be used in three meetings with parents of children who stutter.
Teacher Checklist for Fluency (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/TherapyWWW/checklist.html) designed by Nina Reardon tfacilitate information sharing and consultation with the teacher of a child whstutters.
Stuttering: Straight Talk for Teachers -SFA video and book (http://www.stutteringhelp.org/Default.aspx?tabid=519)
Spanish Phrasing for SLPS by Dorothy Miranda Esckelson and Adulfa Aguirre Morales (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/TherapyWWW/spanish.html)
Treating the School-Age Stutterer focusing on twelve components of stuttering intervention. by Peter Ramig, et. al. (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/TherapyWWW/components/treatschoolage.html) Also available in PDF format (http://www.stutteringrecovery.com/childinterv.PDF)
Clinical Nuggets )
Just for Kids (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/kids/kids.html)
Several articles written for the International Stuttering Awareness Day online conferences provide specific therapy ideas and suggestions.
John Ahlbach, a high school teacher who stutters, has written a Stuttering Presentation Guide (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/kids/ahlbachguide.html) or in PDF format (http://www.friendswhostutter.org/pdfs/FRIENDS_Stuttering_Presentation_Guide.pdf) to help young people who stutter with ideas for class presentations.
stuttering awareness game (http://www.quia.com/cb/2807.html) - created on QUIA by Tammy Bryant-McMillin uses facts, myths, etc. about stuttering
Sometimes I Just Stutter (http://www.stuttersfa.org/sijs/sijs.htm) by Eelco de Geus
Stuttering: For Kids, By Kids (http://www.stutteringhelp.org/default.aspx?tabindex=486&tabid=496)
Peter Ramig, To The Parents Of The Nonfluent Child (http://stutteringrecovery.com/parent.html) also available at (Translations of Two Stuttering Foundation Brochures - information for people from other cultures (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad10/papers/translation10/translation10.html)
Working on Speech Rate Program (http://www.speechrate.com) by Joe Kalinowski et.al.
Fluency Yahtzee: A Game of Choice by Ellen Bennett (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad9/papers/therapy9/bennett9.html)
David Daly's Cluttering Inventory-R (2006) (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad10/papers/daly10/dalycluttering2006R.pdf)
Computer Aided Assessment of Cluttering Severity by Klaas Bakker, Florence Myers, Larry Raphael, and Kenneth St. Louis (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad8/papers/bakker8/bakker8.html)
Targets and Activities Project (www.commtap.org/index.html)
therapy materials from Nicole SanFillippo (www.yourclasspage.com/6103594350/speech.html)
Carol's Speech and
Language Disorders Idea Exchange
(www.angelfire.com/nj/speechlanguage/index.html) by Carol Casserly
Old Geezer's Speech Therapy Tool Box
(http://home.kcbx.net/~halwilson/Geezer/index.htm) by Hal Wilson has some lesson plans and a therapy idea
Speech Therapy Activities
(www.speechtx.com/) by Jennifer Mitchell
Freida van Staden's
Speech Teach UK Downloads (www.speechteach.co.uk/p_general/downloads.htm)
Collection of Therapy Ideas from Communication Connects (www.communicationconnects.com/therapist_techniques.asp)
This Works for Me from Speaking of Speech.com
(www.speakingofspeech.com/generic.html?pid=1) - an interactive forum for speech/language pathologists
to exchange ideas, information and resources, from Pat Mervine.
Teach the Children Well - amazing collection of links (www.teachthechildrenwell.com/)
Check the web sites of your favorite commercial companies which often have sample products available free. For example:
- Linguisystems (www.linguisystems.com)
- age calculator (www.agsnet.com/calc/) from Pearson Education may be helpful in diagnostic evaluation scoring.
- Caseload Calculator from Pearson Education (www.speechandlanguage.com/caseload/caseload_calc2.asp)
- Caseload worksheet from Pearson Education
- Teachnow.com (Teachnow.com) provides samples of 1000's of worksheet samples.
- Kinderprintables (www.kinderprintables.com/)
- Parrot (www.parrotsoftware.com/) can be used to suppliment
treatment and with the help a SLP, can outline a plan for using the software
after medical benefits are gone. There is a free demo online.
Examples of Freeware/Shareware
(Software) on the Internet
PRAAT (www.fon.hum.uva.nl/praat/) - free software for acoustic analysis
Study Dog (www.famlit.org/studydog) WAS a free, interactive computer-based reading development program, "designed as a supplemental reading program for children from Pre-K to 2nd Grade, StudyDog can help a child master the core reading skills if the child is ready to learn to read or is behind in reading at school." It is now available for purchase ($34.95-49.95). However is is still FREE for low-income families. There are three levels (Pre-K through K; K through 1 and grades 1 through 2. The software program features
Bungalow Software (www.BungalowSoftware.com/downloadfiles.htm) has free trial versions of several
programs for adults with neurogenic disorders (currently only for PC)
Totware - Benjamin's
Favorites (www.het.brown.edu/people/mende/totware.html) - for both MAC and
Examples of Templates and Generators to make your own therapy materials
- The Instant Online Crossword Puzzle Maker (www.puzzle-maker.com/CW/) can quickly produce an activity for word recall, vocabulary development, or articulation practice.
- Puzzlemaker (puzzlemaker.school.discovery.com/) allows kids to make crossword puzzles online
- Custom Awards and Certificates from DLTK (www.dltk-cards.com/award/)
- Bingo Generator - custom make Bingo cards of 8, 16 or 24 images with a variety of themes to choose from. (www.dltk-cards.com/bingo/bingo1.asp)
- Concentration/Memory cards from DLTK (www.dltk-cards.com/memory/index.htm)
- Custom Dominoes from DLTK (www.dltk-cards.com/dominos/index.htm)
- Story builder (www.literacyaccessonline.com/Literacy/BuildStory/builder.asp)
- Story Maker (www.britishcouncil.org/kids-writing-storymaker.htm)
- Story-Making Machine (http://communicationconnects.com/stories.asp) has simple stories and poems which can have specific target sounds highlighted. Are both pre-written stories submitted by children and a write-your-own-story option.
- Create Your Scenario - a generator for creating a play (www.kids-space.org/HPT/1a/11a.html)
- Garfield's Comic Creator (www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/sleep/starslp/missionz/comic.htm)
- With the Worksheet generator (http://school.discovery.com/teachingtools/worksheetgenerator/) you can quickly create fill-in-the-blank, multiple choice, matching, word scramble, vocabulary worksheets
- A Web Quest generator (http://teachers.teach-nology.com/web_tools/web_quest/) provides an activity "to engage students in inquiry based learning. A web quest is meant to guide students through a process of inquiry through a set of assigned tasks that lead them to a conclusion, or that results in a product."
- Stuttering Jeopardy (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad9/papers/therapy9/kuster92.html) by Judy Kuster adapts The Science Jeopardy (http://www.csun.edu/science/ref/games/) created by Norman Herr from Sourcebook for Teaching Science site (http://www.csun.edu/science/)
- Templates used by Union County Schools (http://web.archive.org/web/20041125024526/http://www.ucvts.tec.nj.us/ettc/links/linkhtml/templates/template.htm) has several activity templates, including Flashcards (http://web.archive.org/web/20041125024526/www.ucvts.tec.nj.us/ettc/links/linkhtml/templates/flashcards.ppt).
- Templates for Homemade PowerPoint Games (http://it.coe.uga.edu/wwild/pptgames/templates.html) from the World Wide Interactive Learning Design Team (WWILD). WWILD invites teachers and students t
- adapt or customize any PPT game in the WWILD Team database (http://projects.coe.uga.edu/lrieber/wwild/search/PPT-search-results.asp). The database already includes an activity for practicing the signed alphabet (http://it.coe.uga.edu/~lrieber/pptgames/sign.ppt).
- Many PowerPoint activities from the Jefferson County School District which can be used or adapted (http://jc-schools.net/PPTs-la.html)).
- My Story: A PowerPoint Teaching Tool (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad9/papers/therapy9/games9.html) by Diane Games, used to facilitate discussion with children and teens who stutter on concepts important in treatment provides three examples and a template
- Colt's Story (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad9/papers/therapy9/colt.ppt)
- My Story template (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad9/papers/therapy9/mystory.ppt)
- template to make a book (http://priorywoods.middlesbrough.sch.uk/resources/book.htm) (download (http://priorywoods.middlesbrough.sch.uk/cgi-bin/download.pl?file=booktemplate.zip)
Dealing with teasing (extras)
PowerPoint Templates - (http://powerbacks.com/) use to help students create power point
presentations to learn about their speech disorder and to educate their classmates
(http://pbskids.org/itsmylife/parents/lesson_plans/bullies_classroom_community.html) - lesson plans for dealing with bullying.
Don't Laugh at Me (http://www.dontlaugh.org/)
Remember - the above therapy resources and many, many more are all "hotlinked" at http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster2/sptherapy.html
copyright - Judith Maginnis Kuster