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2nd GRADE COMMON CORE STANDARDS I took the 2nd Grade Common Core State Standards and turned them into student and teacher friendly “I can” statements. I used those to create these checklists and records. Use these checklists and records for conferences, planning, report cards, evidence for evaluations and grouping students.
There are two types of records. One for tracking an individual student’s progress and one for teachers to track when they have taught/reviewed each standard. There are records for each content area: Reading, Writing, Language, Speaking & Listening, and Math. I included space for comments for each standard.
There is a checklist for each content area with the students’ names as a quick reference tool.
These checklists and records have fields you can fill in with Adobe Acrobat on your computer or you can print them up and fill them out by hand.
With the student records there is room to record multiple dates and scores for each standard. In the comments you can list the student’s strengths and/or next steps. You can utilize these for grouping students, conferences with parents, completing report cards and as evidence for teacher evaluations.
On the teacher's records there is room to record multiple dates taught and reviewed. In the comments you can list students who need more review, what went well, what didn’t and what you need to reteach. These can be used for teacher evaluations and future lesson planning.
Use the checklists as a quick reference for your whole class. You can use a + for above expectations, check mark for at expectations, – sign is for below expectations. You can quickly see where each student is at and this helps with lesson planning, grouping and interventions. Use these for report cards, when discussing students with your teaching team and for placement at the end of the school year.
Here are my other 2nd Grade Common Core resources:
Here are my other Common Core Checklists:
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