Join the 5-Day Themed Therapy Organization Facebook Group and learn how to keep your themed materials organized for the school year!

Have you been struggling with how to keep your themed materials organized, so you can easily find them when you need them?

During this challenge, I will help you get your themed therapy materials organized, so you can save time having everything ready to go when you need them!

You will learn tricks for organizing themed printable units, digital files, and having cheat sheets to keep track of it all!

I will be doing Facebook LIVES on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday in the group at 5pm PST/8pm EST to share all my organizational tips!

After you complete this challenge, you will be able to feel accomplished knowing you have your themed therapy materials organized, FINALLY!

Each day you will have a mini-challenge to help you get your materials organized.

If you are an organizational procrastinator, this challenge is for you! Hit the pink button to sign up today!

Teach me all about how to organize themed therapy materials.

P.S. This challenge will have GIVEAWAYs. Each day you could win themed materials to use with your students. SLPs that participate in all five challenges will be entered to win $100 Amazon gift card, and a free themed therapy SLP membership launching July 30th (over $300 value.)

Ready for the 5-Day Themed Therapy SLP Challenge?

This challenge is for busy SLPs that want to learn how to organize their themed therapy materials! By the end of this challenge, you will have a themed unit organized and ready to go for therapy!


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Who's behind this challenge?

Felice Clark is a school-based speech pathologist that loves helping busy SLPs find ways to engage their students with materials that are motivating and aligned with their target goals.

Felice runs the website where it is her passion to help SLPs learn how to manage their caseloads with confidence, so they can leave work feeling successful.

She enjoys showing SLPs how to adapt themed materials, provide engaging ways to teach evidence-based practices, and support SLPs with implementing push-in services.

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