Top 10 Websites for Teletherapy
Does your teletherapy need a reboot? Check out some of my favorite FREE websites for teletherapy activities!*
2. Mystery Doug
Mystery Doug creates weekly videos that encourage our students to ask questions! These are fun, engaging, and great for your older students’ language goals.
3. Story Place
Story Place is full of functional, online PreK activities!
Belmikiri is also great for your PreK students! Check it out for online puzzles, coloring pages, games, and more.
5. Jack Hartmann Kids Music Channel
I love to start my PreK sessions with Jack Hartmann! His songs get my students up and moving, and also incorporate goals like following directions, animal vocabulary, letter/sound identification, and more.
6. Jeopardy Labs
Jeopardy Labs is full of fun language activities! Find templates for multiple meaning words, figurative language, and more.
7. Pink Cat Games
Pink Cat Games has a template for just about any goal, from vocabulary to speech sound production. Simply search the goal you want to target and take turns spinning the wheel, running a race, or building a monster as you work towards your goals!
Baamboozle is full of fun, interactive games that also can target a variety of goals for your students! I’ve used it for syntax goals, vocabulary and more.
Being virtual instead of in-person, our students are probably missing their boardgames in speech. Thankfully, Poki.com has several favorites, including Uno, Connect 4, and more!
10. Boom Cards
Last but not least, who could forget Boom Cards! We are so thankful for the therapists that are creating these amazing resources to share at wow.boomlearning.com. Check it out!
What did we miss? Comment below your favorite websites to use for teletherapy!
-Erika Baldwin, M.S., CF-SLP