How to Organize Curriculum-Based Therapy Materials

So you’re implementing curriculum-based therapy with your caseload! There are several moving pieces when it comes to implementing this with your caseload, but a streamlined system can make a world of a difference!

Curriculum-based therapy takes some upfront work to get it going, including a plan for organizing therapy materials. This blog post provides a brief description of how I organize curriculum-based therapy materials, including both organization and storage tools and speech therapy materials. Click through to read the tips!

Here’s a peek at how I keep everything organized:

Here’s a quick recap of my favorite resources!

1. Teaching Materials

I use the materials in the SLP Now membership and organize them using this system.

2. Data Collection

I use this binder and these dividers to keep track of my probes. I take digital data using SLP Now.

3. Classroom Materials

I use this folder to keep track of any paper materials (e.g., curriculum plans or materials shared by the teacher). I also use SLP Now to plug specific activities into my therapy plans.

Lastly, I access materials on my iPad for easy therapy!

What are your favorite organization hacks when it comes to curriculum-based therapy?

marisha-mcgrorty-about-mobile

Hi there! I'm Marisha. I am a school-based SLP who is all about working smarter, not harder. I created the SLP Now Membership and love sharing tips and tricks to help you save time so you can focus on what matters most--your students AND yourself.

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