Most elementary teachers (at least Primary or Kindergarten to Grade 2) group their students in tables. I realized that I was moving table from table with my list of students and was always wasting a little more time trying to find the student on my math lesson assessment sheet. So last year I decided to try something new and put my math lesson assessment sheets with groups of tables just like a seating chart. I LOVED it!!! It was so much easier to find the student I was observing because they were grouped in the table and I could find that table very easily on my sheet. So I have created a package that has various seating arrangements as I know new students can come in and your seating arrangement may change.
Each sheet has a blank space for you to write in what outcome you are cover and space for the date and lesson title. I have created blank sheets with 3 different types of assessment qualifiers on the bottom of each sheet and one set with nothing on the bottom so you can use your own qualifiers if you wanted to.
Assessment Sheets Seating Arrangements included in this package:
- 15 students (3 per table).
- 21 students (3 per table)
- 16 students (4 per table)
- 20 students (4 per table)
- 24 students (4 per table)
- 28 students (4 per table)
- 32 students (4 per table)
- 20 students (5 per table)
- 25 students (5 per table)
- 30 students (5 per table)
I have also included various assessment cover sheets.
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