I use these information sheets with my students for speech. I have found that parents love these because it tells what we did in speech, what goals we worked on, discusses their child's behavior during speech, and tells whether the child is making progress.
I print and cut the paper into threes (on the lines) so that I can use one sheet for one student. Then I fill out the name and date information at the top for each student, circle the appropriate boxes for the activities the student did in speech that day, write in the student's behavior during speech, and also write in exactly what we worked on during speech. Finally I check the appropriate box at the bottom to tell the parent if the goal is coming along well or if the student needs to continue working on it.
I find that this holds me accountable for seeing the students regularly and keeps the parents updated about speech progress.
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