NOTE: All suggested activities posted are OPTIONAL. If you have any questions about resources listed, please contact me via email. I (nor PWCS) do not have any affiliation with resources mentioned below. These resources are not intended to replace speech-language therapy.

Articulation Practice

  • Articulation At Home - Suggestions on how to work on articulation sounds at home 
  • Articulation Calendar - One month of ideas on how to incorporate articulation practice with targeted speech sounds at home. Works for any phoneme (sound) that needs practice!
  • Articulation Calendar Challenge - One month of ideas to practice targeted speech sounds (organized by target sounds: /w/, /h/, /m/, /p/, /b/, /t/, /d/, /n/, /f/, /v/, /k/, /g/, /th/, /ch/, /sh/, "j", /s/, /z/, /l/, /r/). Spanish version of this calendar can be downloaded here: Articulation Calendar Challenge (SPANISH)
  • April Articulation Calendar: Encourage your child to practice targeted speech sounds while answering these questions
  • Vocalic-R Word list: Use this word list for practice with vocalic /r/ sounds in words. 
  • May Speech-Language Calendar: Practice "Cluster Reduction" exercises for articulation practice
  • Articulation Scavenger Hunt: Find any 10 items in your house. Say the name of each item paying careful attention to the sounds in each word. Give yourself 5 points for every item that contain one or more of your speech sounds.
  • Loud Read Aloud: Read your favorite book to someone. When you get to a word with one of your sounds in it, say that word louder than the rest. Make sure your articulators are moving the way they should be!
  • NEW! Summer Articulation Calendar 2020: Daily articulation activities for the months of June, July, and August

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Resources

  • AAC Vocabularies on a computer/laptop
    Visit these websites to access an AAC program on your computer for dynamic, interactive access: 
    • PRC NuVoice PASS software:
    The PASS software download allows you to run the various language configurations (i.e. Unity, UNIDAD, CoreScanner, LAMP Words for Life, WordPower, Essence) on your computer, all without having to use a device.
    • Saltillo ChatEditor:
    Chat Editor is a free Windows® companion software program that allows a clinician, teacher or parent to run various TouchChat vocabulary options (WordPower, NovaChat etc.) on your computer, without having to use a device.
  • CORE Vocabulary Picture cards: If you're interested in receiving digital copy of CORE vocabulary picture cards used for your child (if applicable), please send me an email. Due to licensing restrictions, I am unable to make these available here.
  • Eye Gaze Board: Manual eye gaze board with CORE vocabulary (LAMP Words for Life)
  • LAMP Words for Life: Manual communication board for LAMP Words for Life vocabulary
  • TouchChat-WordPower-Basic 60: Manual communication board for TouchChat with WordPower Basic 60 (with categories) vocabulary
  • TouchChat-WordPower-Basic 60 with flips: Manual communication book (flip-style) for TouchChat with WordPower Basic 60 SS (SymbolStix)
  • Training for AAC devices: Refer to "Useful Links" page for more information on various training offered by manufacturer of your child's AAC device (if applicable)
  • Word Sort (Verbs, Adjectives, Nouns): Using AAC device, fill in columns to practice motor sequencing for verbs, adjectives, and nouns
  • Play That Music: Print or No-print book to practice CORE vocabulary (play, turn, more, on, off, go, stop, that)
  • Go Away Big, Green Monster Labeling: Use this sheet to practice colors and facial body parts 
  • May CORE Vocabulary Words: 12 Core Vocabulary words to practice throughout the month of May
  • Come Out and Play Little Mouse: YouTube video of read aloud with TouchChat WordPower 88. Practice communicating CORE words your child's AAC device or low-tech manual boards
  • Come Out and Play Little Mouse: YouTube video of read aloud with LAMP Words For Life. Practice communicating CORE words your child's AAC device or low-tech manual boards
  • Here Are My Hands: YouTube video of read aloud with LAMP Words For Life. Practice communicating CORE words your child's AAC device or low-tech manual boards. 
  • Jumpstart AAC-June: Daily activities for month of June to practice CORE vocabulary
  • NEW! Social Stories for Healthy Practices: View these AAC resources for social stories on Washing Hands, Social Distancing, and If You Are Sick 

 Language Practice

Fluency (Stuttering) Practice


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