Searching these sites will often turn up activities that can be adapted for therapy. Be sure to check the Children's bookshelf for many classics you may have enjoyed!
( Children's_Bookshelf) Tar Heel Reader - "a collection of free, easy-to-read, and accessible books on a wide range of topics.
You can also create your own set of flashcards to add to the site. Many Interactive Activities online require FLASH, which is an Adobe software program that is not supported on i PADs.
Planning Language Therapy (web.archive.org/web/20130407030109/ Folder/Rider) by Larry Rider and several contributers.Finding short, appropriate videos can be conversation starters to use in treatment.They are video-streamed and should be previewed prior to using them.Kids Online Resources ( includes links to free downloads ( including [email protected] puzzle promo creator - PC only ( and Kinder Planet - ( - most for PC, created in 1998 so may not work with newer computers American Academy of Family Physicians site provides many excellent handouts (familydoctor.org) for workshops, client education about a variety of disorders including ADHD, stroke, noise-induced hearing loss, cleft lip/cleft palate, etc.(section updated December 27, 2017) Below are a few links to toys, books, and television programs popular with young children.