Back-to-School Free Resources

Today I am sharing twelve freebies that are great for back-to-school!  They are mostly for speech-language pathologists but some would be helpful to teachers too! 

In this picture below you'll see my speech and language home practice handouts, they are my first freebie!  These are great for teachers and parents to send home for practice. Word lists for articulation targets are also included!
Next, is my most popular freebie, Non-Fiction Text Feature Posters.  These are beautiful to hang in your classroom (or remote learning room!)

I usually add to these as I get more and more requests once a year.  They are due for an update, so I will probably be adding more soon! If you have a request please send me a message on TPT and I'll add it to the list.
These had an update this spring!  Printing on Astrobrights paper makes them really pop.  I also have them available to individual downloads per page to make posting digitally super easy!

I always think of handouts I wish I had when I'm in IEP meetings talking with parents or teachers.  So, I made a bunch of handouts for just that reason.  They are also easy to post online if you are teaching remotely too.

These cards are great for pre-school students.  I hand them out to parents who are having trouble with how to help their little one expand their language or articulation skills through play.

I had a lot of referrals for stuttering last year so I created these to help give parents some basic information and some practice ideas for helping at home.

I would highly recommend starting a collection of mini-objects to use during therapy! The labels are free and include objects from both the Dinky Doodads complete speech sound set and the Lakeshore Alphabet Tubs.

This is a HUGE collection of forms and informal assessments I use all the time!  I will be using a lot of these forms to get organized for this school year. Even though I am starting with teletherapy, I still keep paper/pencil notes for each student during our sessions. 

This is a great resource to get kids started with core vocabulary.  Since it is in Boom Card form, you can easily share it with families to practice at home.


I have a paper/pencil version and a digital version of this screener!  It was created with teachers in mind, they wanted a quick screener to determine just what kind of errors they were hearing so they could start helping their students with RTI. 

This would be great for students who are just learning how to use boom cards or their colors, especially pre-K students.
That's it!  I hope those are helpful in getting your school year started whether it's face-to-face or teletherapy!

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