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.
Literacy Center Education Network's pre and early reading curriculum ( 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.
Games from - ( check out make your own comic about Captain Underpants ( (check out the language first to determine if it is appropriate for your child, and for your personal taste;-), the Magic School Bus ( Quizlet (quizlet.com/languages-and-vocab/) has many language and vocabulary free, online flashcards, and the option to make your own.
Many appropriate worksheet for language concepts in the Preschool Math Worksheets section ( My BET-BC an amazing site that includes categories young adults, school, sample communication displays, home, seasons and holidays, and community.
Each category provides games and songs, support stories, and visual and vocabulary downloads for Boardmaker or in pdf format.
Charity Rowland of Oregon Health & Science University, "t was designed primarily for speech-language pathologists and educators to use to document the expressive communication skills of children who have severe or multiple disabilities, including children with sensory, motor and cognitive impairments." CRAM is a free site with many prepared online flashcards in many categories with the option to create your own. ( Excellent resource guides for classroom teachers (ca/specialed/) of children with special needs, including hard of hearing and deaf students, Understanding the Needs of the FAS/E Student, children with autism, ADHD, children with special learning disabilities, etc.
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.
( Portal.aspx) If this library no longer provides free access, type "Tumble Books" into Google and search for a library that allows access, of if your local library has Tumble Books, use your own library card! hl=en&tab=wv) are resources where you can watch and share your videos worldwide.
Finding short, appropriate videos can be conversation starters to use in treatment.
You can also create your own set of flashcards to add to the site. Many Interactive Activities online require FLASH, which is an Adobe software program that is not supported on i PADs.