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FREE Data Sheets Round-Up


This semester I’m trying to revamp how I take and keep data! To do this, I searched and searched through Teachers Pay Teachers for data sheets by other SLPs! Always great when you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. I found tons and tons of great, FREE data sheets and thought I’d share my collection with all of you!

Because I’m so new, I plan to print and use several of these to see which I like best!

 Just click on any picture below to be taken to the site to download the data sheet!

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Busy Bee Speech (includes FIVE different sheets)

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Speech Time Fun

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Crazy Speech World

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Crazy Speech World 

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Carrie’s Speech Corner

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The Speech Bubble

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Simply Speech

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Super Power Speech (editable in Word)

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Allison’s Speech Peeps

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Speech Room News (editable in Word)

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Let’s Talk Speech Therapy (for 5 minute kids)

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Speechy Musings (me!)

Update (12/9/16): I recently decided to make my own data sheets using Google Sheets. It has been an amazing transition for me! If you want the FREE templates I use, check out my blog post about how I do it here.

Google Classroom and Google tools are becoming more and more popular in classrooms, but what about SLP usage? In this post I share how to take advantage of Google Sheets for SLPs and how to manage everything in one place!

Hope that helps! Anything I missed? What’s your favorite?


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9 Comment

  1. Reply
    Speechercize and Gluten Free
    January 28, 2014 at 1:21 PM

    The company I work for has given us a template they prefer us to use. It is similar to the one by Crazy Speech World and Allion’s Speech Peeps. I find it super easy to use and all of my data, objectives, notes, and any cues (type and number) are easy to understand.

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      January 28, 2014 at 1:23 PM

      Nice!! That’s really great that they are provided for you! One less thing to worry about!

  2. Reply
    January 29, 2014 at 8:43 AM

    Data sheets are such a necessary evil! I use one for my artic students that has 20 small blocks per line with a line separating the groups of ten (similar to one of Crazy Speech World’s above)…this makes it very easy to count for the daily percentage instead of having to count each + and – mark. My language data sheets are three days per sheet with basically a large box each day for data. All of them have their goals numbered at the top, that way I’m not wasting time re-writing their goals each time. Thanks for all the different samples! I’m going to start using the student friendly data sheet.

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      January 29, 2014 at 8:53 PM

      You’re more than welcome! Love hearing about the systems that others use!! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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    Brooke Andrews
    August 8, 2014 at 11:07 PM

    Thanks so much for sharing. I’m always looking data collection ideas!

  4. Reply
    February 12, 2016 at 5:36 AM

    Hi! Thank you for all of those options. I was wondering how you keep track of each students objectives when they are differing between each child (I.e.-my language kids). I would like to find a way to have their goals in front of me, at a glance, on one page for the entire group, particularly for language sessions. I use a system right now but it uses a lot of paper..and I was looking for a new system. So, if each student is on a different page, how do you keep the data quickly as they are answering questions etc? I was trying to find a better way to have each group right in front of me , all on one page, to make the notes, checks, %, etc. I hope I made sense! Thank you again..!

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      February 15, 2016 at 11:13 PM

      You make perfect sense. To be honest, I have IEP goals printed on one page, data on the next for each student. When I have multiple in a group, I put pens between the pages of each student so I can quickly flip between. I also don’t take data on every trial. Sometimes I’ll have one student answer 5 in a row for data collection, for example.

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    Patricia Livecchi
    August 5, 2017 at 7:16 PM

    I made a template almost like yours for my daily data, but I also added a column after each name for attendance.

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      August 15, 2017 at 10:45 AM

      Great idea!

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