Below find some useful links to websites with articulation word lists and language activities you can work on with your child at home.
https://www.home-speech-home.com/ (articulation and language)
https://jr.brainpop.com/ (good resource for recall and wh-questions and answering)
https://www.getepic.com/promo (EPIC! books has a FREE 30 day trial for families to use, this link will bring you directly to that page)
This link below will take you to a website that lists many free activities that can be made at home to promote speech and language skills during this time. At the top of the website, you will see a box that says: games, flashcards, and worksheets. Each gives you different types of activities that you can tailor to your child if this is something they work on.
www.enchantedlearning.com/crafts/ (great resource for working on following directions, concepts and sequencing)
https://www.quia.com/pages/havefun.html (online games to work on a variety of language skills)
https://www.sadlierconnect.com/vw (great resource to work on vocabulary)
(these are calendars that have an activity for each day of the month)
https://videolearningsquad.com/courses/free-access-social-skills-squad/. (free social stories)
https://socialexpress.com/sign-up/?fbclid=IwAR2OUA3T9Fz-n7sA9SqGCDZIwbQM5dRcMGX5sXIoTyBdbsaEshHoSe-kJZw#quote-request (great resource to work on social language skills)
https://www.superduperinc.com/Handouts/Handout.aspx (handouts explaining speech and language areas)
www.starfall.com (online kids games)
http://www.playingwithwords365.com/15-best-games-for-speech-language-social-skills-development/ (speech and language games)
https://teachingtalking.com/best-board-games-for-speech-therapy/ (speech and language games)
*When at home with your child, these are some great language games to play:
-Go Fish with flashcards (describe pictures)
-Uno (critical thinking, strategy)
-READING BOOKS!!!! Reading is the best way to engage your child and expand on their speech and language skills! Talk about characters, setting, ask wh- questions (who, what, where, when, why, how), discuss vocabulary words that pop up when reading and label pictures found in the story. If reading a chapter book, discuss the vocabulary within the context of the story and define unknown words for your child. Take it a step further and look up the definition to unknown words. Books are a great resource and activity to share in with your child during this time!