This resource is used to help students track their data throughout the year.
Test Charts: Students will set a goal at the beginning of the semester and write it on their tracking sheet. They will track their scores by coloring the graph and writing their grade in the box. It holds them accountable for their scores instead of just sending home their papers in Friday Folders each week. I included spelling and math for each semester and one blank sheet.
Multiplication Chart: Students learning Multiplication can place a check or a smiley (whatever symbol you would like) once they pass each of the 2-12 multiplication fact tests.
Reading Log: Reading log tracking sheets are used to talk with the students about their reading each night. Instead of a traditional reading log you can call students to talk about their reading and document that you talked that day on the calendar and what they talked about. You can also use these for students to write their book down on the day they read it to keep track of their reading. I included August – May and one blank page.
Dojo Dollar log: In my classroom the students get rewarded with dojo dollars that they can buy prizes with. This can be used to make sure that they keep track of the dollars that they have. It helps practice adding and subtracting throughout the year and holds them accountable for their money.
In class reading log: Students keep this form in their desk and keep track of the silent reading they do during school. When they are finished they can write a review of the book (what they thought of it) and move on to another book. They keep track of their reading so they are not just sitting during silent reading time.
Let me know what you think or if you would like for me to add something specific to your class.