Sentence Starter Scaffolds: This is an essential for working on sentence structures because it provides a clear sequencing structure and has written homework sheets for carryover. Click here.

Silly Sentence Maker Game & Scaffolds: This is hands down hilarious. With 315 mini cards for subject-object-verb-place, pull out the cards, stick them on the scaffold and make a range of simple to complex sentences. Click here.


Adjective Cards & Word Banks: Give vocabulary a massive boost with these 120 card adjectives set. Broken down into 10 categories and containing word lists for each (color, size, shape etc.), the best part is actually the page of activities that you can use these with! Click here.

Draw Me Basic Concepts: Target basic concepts, supporting both expressive and receptive language in intensive and incremental bursts. Sample FREEBIE here and full verson here.


Paragraph Comprehension Worksheet: A FREE worksheet that can be used by SLPs or families to make sure that their child can answer questions and understand information that they read or hear. Click here.

Vocabulary Maps: A FREE scaffold to help develop your child’s vocabulary. Perfect as a therapy tool or to give as homework using classroom vocabulary. Click here.

Parts of Speech Worksheet: Find a FREE worksheet that encourages the identification and use of nouns, verbs and adjectives.  Click here.

Explore My Theme: Find a FREE worksheet that aims to help children explore and understand their classroom themes. This is great to work on at the beginning of a unit. Click here.

Story Plan Worksheet: Find a FREE template to help student’s plan a narrative or other writing style. Includes characters, setting, problem, solution and further exploration. Click here.

Giving Cues for Language: A FREE family-friendly bookmark that outlines how to use semantic and phonemic cueing for children with word finding difficulties. Click here.

Adjectives Visual Scaffold: A great, FREE visual scaffold that supports vocabulary and provides a framework on how you can describe. With two bookmarks in one (1 scaffold, 1 activity ideas), this is a resource for everyone. Click.


Irregular Past Tense Verb Worksheets: Find FREE 6 pages/60 irregular past tense verb worksheets that is a complete the sentence style activity Click here.

Irregular Plural Noun Cards: Find FREE 18 pairs of singular vs plural irregular noun cards. Click here.

Pronoun Development Bookmark: Find a FREE simple bookmark outlining different classes of pronouns – a simple reference tool that can be used for many applications. Click here.

Preposition Checklist: A simple and FREE checklist the different types of prepositions to use as part of a language sample, analysis or therapy planning. Click here.

Preposition Flash & Playing Cards: These are a therapy room staple. Target expressive and receptive language with 29 different preposition concepts in easy to understand flash and playing cards. Click here.


  • Your resources are amazing. I really can’t believe the plethora of free, useful, and creative materials! For a Speech therapist working in the home and supplying all of my own materials, this is a gold mine!

    • I am glad you are finding them useful. I used to just make things for families until I thought that there are probably more people out there who could find my materials helpful!

  • These resources are wonderful – great content AND style! I haven’t even explored everything yet! Thank you so much – I’m using these with my K-8 crowd 🙂

    • Thanks Merilee – hope you keep exploring and finding more useful resources. I appreciate the positive feedback!

  • You are an amazing woman! I am a graduate student in speech and hearing sciences in my first clinical rotation and this is a great resource for me! Thank you so much!!!

    • Thanks… And I am sure in a few years you will be an amazing SLP as well! Best of luck.

  • Just want to thank you very much for these wonderful resources – I am using them with my son and he loves them. Thank you for creating such simple, clear and effective material to work with!

    • I’m glad you like them – make sure you view the posts under ‘language’ on the right hand tab as I don’t put all of my resources under the ‘Free Resources’ tab. Have a great time developing your child’s language skills!

  • Thank-you for all the free resources. I use so many of them with my ESL students. They really improve quickly when they see the structure of the language on your worksheets!

  • Great idea for the Language Stim. hd. outs! Would like to have a template to add activities.

    • Hi Sharon,

      Let me know what template you were after – I may have them saved on my computer.

  • Thanks a ton for sharing these resources! I’m doing my CF at an elementary school and have been trying to find visual supports to use in language therapy. These will be very beneficial!

  • Many thanks for sharing your resources. I’m a volunteer tutor for The Smith Family and have found them very useful. My favourites are the ones around using conjunctions. Happy travelling! Val

  • Thank you so much for the resources on this site! I have already found numerous materials that I can use in my Pre-k to 5 setting. I was wondering if you had anything for Same and Different? I saw compare and contrast but that’s a bit too high for my younger Pre-K kids. I just don’t have the time to search all the way back in the blog. You know how the time issue goes!!! Thanks so much, again! We need a site like this one!

    • I have no same/different as of yet. I put up whatever resources I am using with my kids and haven’t had this as a goal yet.

  • I’m so glad I stumbled upon your site! I’m a teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and will be using many of your resources with my students, and my own twin toddlers! Thanks so much!! 🙂

  • These remediation techniques are Fantastic! I love the cueing scaffolding and reinforcement tips!

    Also, do you have some ideas on how to teach following 3 step directions?

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