Welcome from Mrs. Dutko!


Hello there! I'm Mrs, Dutko, the district SLP for Seneca East Local Schools. I've created this website to provide resources on how to facilitate language skills at home, as well as enhance speech sound production. You can also find information about myself here. This information is helpful to all families whether your child is receiving school speech and language services or not.

COVID-19 Resources

Resources will continually be added and updated. 

Be sure to check back regularly! 

Free Educational Websites to enhance Learning from Home

Nat Geo For Kids-learn about geography and fascinating animals
Into the Book-Play games that practice reading strategies
Seussville-Read, play games, and hangout with Dr. Seuss and his friends
ABC Ya-Practice math and reading skills while playing games 
Funbrain-Play games while practicing math and reading skills 
Starfall-Practice phonics skills with read along stories 
Story Line Online-Have some of your favorite movie stars read books aloud 
Highlights Kids-Read, play games, and conduct cool science experiments
Scholastic Learn From Home-Teaching and learning remotely Grades K-12 
Maker Station Home Packets-3 weeks of maker stations!
30 Virtual Field Trips-Click colored links to travel to a new destination
Audible-Stream an incredible collection of stories that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. Free on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
Camp NuHop-Explore Camp NuHop's "At Home" Outdoor education. Daily lessons are provided with content to give opportunities of having fun in our natural world while at home.

Speech and Language Immersive Activities, Websites, and Resources

Vocabulary-elementary to high school common core vocab word practice
Basic Concepts Scavenger Hunt-Fun for all ages, geared towards early elementary
Sound Word Lists-Word, sentence, and paragraph level sound lists
60+ articulation worksheets-Grouped into sounds. Each worksheet comes with 16 words. You can either print the sheet out and write on it directly, or  laminate it for reuse. The cards can easily be cut into flashcards as well.
Vocabulary Scavenger Hunt-Use this scavenger hunt to help your child find items that target specific vocabulary concepts. You can work on this whether you have 2 or 20 minutes!
Book/Video Companion activity-Click a link below to open a document for the designated topic.
  Book Sound Search, Describe A Character, Emotions Search, Perspectives Search,
  Story Map, WH Question Comprehension