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We are certified practising speech-language pathologists offering online speech and language courses.
USD 30 per month
20 modules of structured language exercises for kids getting ready for school, learning English as an additional language, or with language or learning issues.
For parents, teachers, speech pathologists, and other professionals working with preschoolers and young school-aged children. Featuring Plain English research overviews of Blank’s Framework, Inferencing, Theory of Mind, and Dialogic Reading, as well as 22 fully scripted resources aligned with Blanks Language Levels 2-4. More than 700 pages of resources.
If you have a lisp and want help, this is the course for you. Using the latest research on motor speech, this course is designed to eradicate your lisp. At your pace, and from the comfort of your own home or workplace.
A treasury of sentence-level functional verb resources with verbs in past, present and future tense forms. Featuring Plain English research overviews of some of the latest research on verbs, as well as 28 fully scripted, no-preparation resources targeting high frequency verbs like “put”, “do”, “make”, “fall”, “sleep”, “find”, “see”, “know”, “break”, “write”, “throw” etc. More than 650 pages of resources.
An online library of of non-prep resource packs to work on “for”, “and”, “nor,” “but”, “or”, “yet” and “so” – the “FANBOYS”.
Light up language and reading comprehension with these key higher level language skills
An introduction to idioms, metaphors, similes, analogical reasoning, homophones, homonyms, homographs, proverbs and sayings.
An oral language exercise library for children in years 2-5 (and older children with language and learning disorders). Includes: complex sentences, following directions, vocabulary, inferences, predictions, justifying opinions, verbal reasoning, idioms, and true narratives.
A library of language exercises to help you understand and use key academic verbs to answer test, exam, and essay questions correctly. Verbs covered: ‘evaluate’, ‘describe’, ‘discuss’, ‘explain’, ‘identify’, ‘assess’, ‘outline’ and ‘analyse’.
Higher level language workouts for school students in late primary school and early high school. Features: homophones, academic vocabulary, similes, idioms, metaphors, cultural literacy lists, analogies, sayings, divergent naming, allusions from legends, and creative writing.
Fully-scripted teaching resources for the 9 most common prefixes in English. Prefixes covered: ‘re-‘, ‘mis-‘, ‘a-‘ ‘fore-‘, ‘un-‘, ‘in-‘, ‘dis-‘, ‘pre-‘, and ‘de-‘.