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7 Tools to Organize Speech Therapy Materials

Confession: I have A LOT of speech therapy materials. I also “inherited” a very full speech room. I’ve spent a lot of time trying to organize all my “stuff,” and I’m excited to share some of my favorite tools with you!

NOTE: The links below are Amazon Affiliate links for your convenience, but I may receive compensation if you click through and purchase one of the products. *

Need some help keeping all of your amazing TPT speech therapy materials organized? See how this SLP keeps her speech room organized!

Wall Storage

My most frequently used therapy rewards and visuals get pinned on the wall.

Every SLP has a ton of resources - especially resources from TPT! Therefore, we all need great ways to organize our speech room. I've shared seven of my favorite tools that help me organize all of my TPT resources that I use in my speech instruction! Check them out inside this post.

Storage for TPT Cards

I bought this fun box from Michaels, and I use it to keep miscellaneous TPT products. Don’t forget to look for Michaels’ awesome coupons. I got mine when it was 60% off!

Every SLP has a ton of resources - especially resources from TPT! Therefore, we all need great ways to organize our speech room. I've shared seven of my favorite tools that help me organize all of my TPT resources that I use in my speech instruction! Check them out inside this post.

I also found this index card organizer at Staples, and I use it to store TPT products, as well.

Every SLP has a ton of resources - especially resources from TPT! Therefore, we all need great ways to organize our speech room. I've shared seven of my favorite tools that help me organize all of my TPT resources that I use in my speech instruction! Check them out inside this post.

I found these little guys at Joann’s. It doesn’t look like they are listed on their website, but they were only a few dollars. Perfect size for Cariboo cards!

Every SLP has a ton of resources - especially resources from TPT! Therefore, we all need great ways to organize our speech room. I've shared seven of my favorite tools that help me organize all of my TPT resources that I use in my speech instruction! Check them out inside this post.

I also store some cards in envelopes. I put these envelopes in a photo box. A shoe box would be perfect, too!

Every SLP has a ton of resources - especially resources from TPT! Therefore, we all need great ways to organize our speech room. I've shared seven of my favorite tools that help me organize all of my TPT resources that I use in my speech instruction! Check them out inside this post.

Last but definitely not least… This drawer organizer. *swoon* This is my favorite way to organize my TPT cards. It’s so pretty and makes prepping for therapy a breeze.

Every SLP has a ton of resources - especially resources from TPT! Therefore, we all need great ways to organize our speech room. I've shared seven of my favorite tools that help me organize all of my TPT resources that I use in my speech instruction! Check them out inside this post.

Storage for TPT Packets

I also use these plastic document files and poly envelopes to store bigger materials.

 Every SLP has a ton of resources - especially resources from TPT! Therefore, we all need great ways to organize our speech room. I've shared seven of my favorite tools that help me organize all of my TPT resources that I use in my speech instruction! Check them out inside this post.
Every SLP has a ton of resources - especially resources from TPT! Therefore, we all need great ways to organize our speech room. I've shared seven of my favorite tools that help me organize all of my TPT resources that I use in my speech instruction! Check them out inside this post.
Here are links to some of the products I mentioned above!


Check out this video for a closer look at some of these organizational tools.

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18 Comments

  • Reply
    Kari Fast
    January 15, 2016 at 4:56 pm

    Are you kidding me? This is AH-mazing. It's exactly the kind of inspiration I need to get my materials inventoried, organized, and accessible. Thanks for sharing!

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    Amy Haselden
    March 19, 2016 at 9:11 pm

    This looks so great! I need you to come to SC and organize my room! 🙂
    Great post!

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    April 11, 2016 at 6:04 pm

    […] (and stored close to my therapy table), I usually just grab those when I need them. Check out this post to see how I keep them […]

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    JoBeth
    April 27, 2016 at 1:24 am

    Hey Marisha! Your organization is amazing. I share a treatment room with several different therapist and have little storage space. I love all your visuals and I could use them without carrying a bunch of stuff around! Can I get them at your TPT store? Or could you tell me where I could purchase them! Thanks a bunch

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    Maggie
    May 3, 2016 at 1:00 am

    Hey! This is SO great! Thank you! Quick question: are the “why question” circles (in the third picture) available to download? I’ve searched but came up empty handed.

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    June 23, 2016 at 5:29 pm

    […] I use clear bins and label them. This makes it really easy to find things when I start unpacking in the fall. I don’t have to pack everything, because many of my materials are already stored in a portable “system.” Check them out here! […]

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    August 1, 2016 at 10:07 pm

    […] I use clear bins and label them. This makes it really easy to find things when I start unpacking in the fall. I don’t have to pack everything because many of my materials are already stored in a portable “system.” Check them out here! […]

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    Ricki
    September 7, 2016 at 8:21 pm

    Marisha,
    Do you have editable labels that you’re using for your drawer cart available for purchase?

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      Marisha (Road to Speech)
      September 8, 2016 at 3:28 am

      I don’t at this time, but I am working on a new set of labels!

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