I love tracking progress of my students. I have found baselines for words and sentences, but none for reading that are quick and easy. That's why I created Reading Data Collection forms for different sounds in articulation therapy.
A lot of children with articulation errors might do fine in single words or sentences, but as soon as they get to reading and conversation, there is a break-down in intelligibility and in their articulation precision. But how do you show that they are making progress or need therapy when their baselines in words and sentences are 100%?
That's why I think these Reading Data Collection forms are a MUST HAVE. I use them to collect data on progress and to gather information on evaluations.
INCLUDED IN THIS DOWNLOAD:
1. Instructions on using the data collection form
2. Data collection form (with 150 /r/ words in a variety of vowel combinations and blends)
I have posted other forms for /sh, ch, j/, and /l/, if you are interested. (You can download the /l/ form for free!). I will be posting more in the future for /s, z/ and /th/. If you would like one created for another sound, let me know!
NOTE: The font I have used for this form is Comic Sans. It looks nothing like the thumbnail font pictured.:) It's much easier to read.
Thanks for looking!