Speech and Language Goal Progress Graphs for SLPs

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Natalie Snyders
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Grade Levels
K - 12th
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Pages
5 pages
Natalie Snyders
19.5k Followers

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SLPs, are you looking for a visual way to document your students' progress with their speech and language goals? These free graphs are just what you need!

There are five different blank graphs included - two for articulation, and three that could be used for any language, fluency, phonology, articulation, or pragmatic goal. The different options include one, two, or three goals per page. For the pre-made articulation graphs, all you need to do is fill in the sound and circle the position (initial, medial, and/or final) and level (word, phrase, or sentence).

These are great to help your speech and language students take ownership of their goals and progress, as well as show parents progress at IEP meetings. They are perfect to use after each progress monitoring session or each quarter.

Total Pages
5 pages
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