Here are some awesome website that provide free children's ebooks, story read alouds, and news stories that you can use in speech and language therapy to target a variety of language goals::
Storyline Online - This channel on YouTube has a large collection of videos with celebrities reading stories aloud.
EdPuzzle - This resource is amazing for adding visuals and questions throughout the story! You can also assign stories for homework.
Epic! - They offer free accounts for educators.
ReadWorks - You can filter stories by grade, topic, and type of text. Each story even comes with comprehension questions and a vocabulary set with definitions!
YouTube - You can search for the title of many of the common books that SLP's typically use in therapy, and find a read aloud of the story!
Newsela - News articles tailored to children, which make great discussion topics for students working on social communication skills, carry-over of speech sounds, or practicing fluency strategies.
Tarheel Reader - Great for students in special day classes, preschoolers, or students using AAC devices.
Vooks - Animated story books! Free for teachers for one year.
Your Local Library - Check out the ebooks at your local library!
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TIP: Create a folder in your bookmarks tab on your browser, and bookmark these websites so that you can pull them up quickly when you need them.
I hope this was helpful! (: