Finding resources to assist in speech therapy and in the classroom


The internet has allowed us as clinicians to have research-based resources at our fingertips but sometimes finding these resources can take a treasure map.

Here are some great resources:

Reading Comprehension:


The nonprofit ReadWorks provides K-12 teachers with what to teach and how to teach it—online, for free, to be shared broadly.

We provide the largest, highest-quality library of curated nonfiction and literary articles in the country, along with reading comprehension and vocabulary lessons, formative assessments, and teacher guidance. Most importantly, everything ReadWorks does is based on proven cognitive science research, not unproven academic theory.

This is a great site that has many resources including grade-level paragraphs.

Reading a-z

This is a fabulous subscription based service. It has many many resources including assessments, leveled books and lesson plans.


Lucy Calkins resources for writing

This is from Lucy Calkins Reading and Writing project and includes video, and other resources.

Lucy Calkins writing mini lessons

Lucy Calkins is a research-based writing program.

Photo writing prompts

Students with language learning problems do better when you present pictures prompts.

Writing paper: lined-paper for student’s writing

This is an online resource for lined student’s paper.

Framing Your Thoughts

Common Core Resources

Achieve the Core

Excellent resource for lessons that assist in teaching to the Common Core Curriculum. It also has a place for you to find academic vocabulary.

Brain Breaks


A fabulous site that has songs, fast action, yoga and so much more!

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