Have you ever been told that you need to be implementing RTI for math? Do you know where to start? This is the reason I created the Standards based progress monitoring and Intervention Binder.
The Standards-Based Intervention Binder is aligned with the math RTI Standards-Based Progress Monitoring. You can find it HERE
The standards-based intervention binder provides intervention activities for each standard within the 3rd grade curriculum. The Common Core State Standards were used to create the curriculum because even though not all states use CCSS, the majority of math curriculums match up with CCSS.
If you are not sure if your standards correlate with the Common Core State Standards, take a peak at the table of contents within the preview to see the list of skills that are provided within the standards-based intervention binder.
Each standard includes three levels of practice.
Level A: Maximum Support
Level B: Intermediate Support
Level C: Minimum Support
Level A contains maximum support and provides prompts and explicit directions. Within Level B, prompts and explicit directions are faded out. Level C was created to use once students are successful with Level B. This can be used as independent practice with or without partners.
Some standards are broken down into pieces. For example, when rounding, students need to know how to round to the nearest 10 and 100. So, practice pages are provided for both rounding to the nearest 10 and rounding to the nearest 100. Five different practice pages are provided for each one. Also, some standards include multiple strategies. For example, there are two strategies for students to round- rounding using a number line and rounding using a rounding rhyme. Five practice pages are provided for each strategy, as well.
There are a total of 35 concepts covered within this resource.
These assessments were created to align with the 3rd grade Common Core Standards, but can also be used for below level 4th graders.
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