Use this data sheet for therapy notes and keeping track of speech homework you've assigned.
1. Type goals and student information into the form fields.
2. Print it out and track data on goals.
3. Use it with my pocket sized homework program.
This data sheet is also included in my pocket sized homework file. You might like downloading it here though, in order to have just the data sheet by itself. You can save a copy for each student, with his or her info typed into the fields. Then when you add new goals, all you have to do is update the goals section and reprint the data sheet.
Want to type goals and student info into the PDF with the font I used, and save it?
According to the TpT technical FAQ, here's the trick: Don't try to open the PDF file by clicking on it. Clicking on the file will open it in Preview or Microsoft Edge. Instead, launch Adobe Acrobat Reader (free program you can download). Then go to the File menu, select Open, and choose the PDF you want.
You may be prompted to make Adobe Acrobat Reader the default program when opening PDFs. If you agree to this option, you should be able to open PDFs by clicking on them in the future.
Be sure that you have the latest Adobe Acrobat Reader software (click here to download) installed on your computer.
Would you prefer a Google Docs version of this data sheet?
New! You can open the Google Docs version of this data sheet by clicking here. You will need to make a copy of it to edit it.
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About the Author:
Amanda Dugan, MS, CCC-SLP is an ASHA certified speech-language pathologist. She works full-time as a school SLP in North Carolina. Amanda has experience serving as Lead SLP and has spent more than 10 years molding young minds. She’s provided speech therapy to all ages of children, from toddlers to teens, and especially enjoys "tweens". Amanda is the creator of the blog Tween Speech Therapy. You can subscribe to her email newsletter by clicking here.