These Microsoft Word files include first grade assessments aligned to Common Core Standards as well as many additional assessments. These assessments will be perfect for a check-list type report card and/or progress report.
The files include:
Writing Complete Sentences
Counting by 2s to 120
Counting by 5s to 120
Counting by 10s to 120
Fractions (1/2, 1/3, and 1/4)
Making Numbers using Tens and Ones Blocks
Solve for the Unknown Number
Telling Time to Hour and Half Hour
Addition Word Problems with three numbers
Writes Numbers up to 100 and 200
Matches a Spoken Word to Print
Safety and Security Student Information
Similar and Different
Compare and Contrast
Decodes a One-Syllable Short Vowel and Long Vowel Word
Making New Words
Reading Words with Diphthongs
Reading Words with Digraphs
Reading a Story
Reading a Sentence
Fiction Story Elements
Reading Words with Vowel Digraphs
What Rhymes with
Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How
WOW very impressive! Goes great with common core expectations. Going to incorporate them into my students data notebooks. Thank you so much for all the time you put into these resorces. Well worth the cost.
March 24, 2013
March 23, 2013
There are some items that are not in the common core. I wish I could have previewed to make sure before I purchased this. Overall it is great, but there are some items I will not be able to use ;(.
March 21, 2013
March 21, 2013
What a great resource!
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March 17, 2013
March 12, 2013
This is awesome. I teach 4th grade special ed, but many of my kids are at a 1st or 2nd grade level. This is a great tool to use at the beginning of the year to see what they know and what they need to learn! Thank you!
I was amazed at all the content included in this packet. It gave me a really good idea of where my daughter was at the end of First grade and what else I needed to teach her. Great resource for homeschooling.
Hi! I love your assessment packet, but I am in a district with full common core implementation. I'm finding that some of what you have isn't on the Cccs. Do you have a list of what assessment aligns to which standard?
I do have some extra assessments included in my assessment packet. At the time I made all these assessments my district wanted us to teach and assess Common Core along with our State Standards. I don’t have a specific list of what assessments align with what Common Core standard. The name of each document gives you an idea of what skill is being assessed.
March 4, 2013
How do you organize the assessments on a binder? There is so much- is there a specific way to organize everything?
I have all the assessments organized into a 3 inch binder. Each assessment page is in a clear plastic sleeve. My school district has an outline of what things we should have taught and assessed each nine weeks. So I have arranged the pages by which assessments I am going to use each nine weeks.
February 15, 2013
Hi, I cannot find "money" in the new Common Core math standards for first grade. I see it in this assessment packet though. According to Common Core, it starts in second grade. Should we be teaching it to our first grade students?
Yea, money is not one of the Common Core math standards for first grade. At the time I made this assessment packet my school district was having us teach Common Core along with our State Standards in which we had money to assess. :)
Hey, I bought your first grade assessment report card pack. When you assess each nine weeks, do you assess all the stuff or just the information you have taught? Do you do one at the very beginning of the year for everything just to see what they know?? Curious how and when you use this. Thanks.
Hello! I just pull the assessment sheets that I have taught each nine weeks. Sometimes I have students redo an assessment page the next nine weeks if they did not pass it the first time.
June 14, 2012
Is there any way you can send me the First Grade assessment report card assessment package again? I have been searching for it on my computer, however I realized I just opened the file instead of saving it. Please let me know if you can do this for me. Thank-up!
I'm not sure if it will let you redownload it. It is a zip file - so it will look like a file folder when you download it. If you still can't find it give me your e-mail address and I will send you the file. :)
January 30, 2012
I see that on one of the worksheets you have the word "gun" would it be possible to have that changed to something such as "sun"? I am not sure how my school would react to words like "gun". I'd rather be safe then sorry.