Like many SLPs who have been working for while, I have amassed several shelves of articulation books. The challenge became how in the world I could quickly access the pages I needed for therapy sessions and homework. The solution took some time to put together but has been well worth the time and effort.
First, I purchased three wire crates, printer labels, and several boxes of hanging and file folders. Then I got to work creating and filling the folders.
For every consonant phoneme, I labeled 8 folders: “X discrimination, X exercises, X initial words, X medial words, X final words, X initial sentences, X medial sentences, X final sentences.” (In the “exercises” folder, I have sound-level activities). I also have folders for /l, r, s/ blends. I went through my artic books, photocopying pages and filing them in the appropriate folder; multiple copies were made of the pages I use most often, ready to be handed out to the students. When I get down to a single copy of a page, it goes in my “to be copied” bin so I can replenish my stock. The two crates pictured contain /b/ through /z/, with the exception of /r/. The third bin is devoted just to /r/, separated into /air, ar, er, ire, or/, prevocalic, recurring, and mixed /r/.
Creating these bins of ready-to-go materials has been a huge time-saver for me, and has given me an easy way to combine lots of materials from different sources into my treatment plan.