I LOVE handouts! I love finding a new one and I love digging through the ones I already have and offering them as a helpful resource to parents, friends or anyone who may need one!

Here you will find an assortment of handouts, websites, books, and links to helpful articles that I like to refer to. Enjoy!


American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) https://www.asha.org

Please see the following website for a collection of great and free handouts from Handy Handouts:

https://www.handyhandouts.com/handoutList.aspx for many topics including: articulation, receptive and expressive language, screen time, using positive language, literacy skills, and more…

Speech Sounds by Age (and How to Teach Them) (speechandlanguagekids.com)

Mystery Boxes and Sensory Bins – Let’s Play: the speech and language way (letsplaythespeechandlanguageway.com)

Dictionary (babysignlanguage.com)

Teach Me To Talk with Laura Mize | Late Talkers | Autism | Apraxia

DIY Wordless Picture Book – Learn With Less

100+ of the Best Sensory Bins Ideas for Kids – Happy Toddler Playtime

Visuals Engine | ConnectABILITY

Bussongs | Nursery Rhymes & Kids’ Songs | BusSongs.com


The SLP’s IEP Companion by Carolyn C. Wilson, Janet R. Lanza,and Jeannie S. Evans- Appendix A: First Words


Social Emotional Development is critical in our children’s developing skills in the social pragmatic areas of sharing, expressing and regulating emotions, and attention. Visit Talking is Teaching to read an article on Social and Emotional Research Background https://talkingisteaching.org/resources/social-emotional-research-background