**Please download the preview to see what this includes!**
We all know that student achievement increases when kiddos are involved with tracking their own progress and taking ownership of their learning. If your district is into Robert Marzano like mine is, you hear that a lot! But how to help kindergarteners and first graders do this? I have created student data/progress pages that are kid-friendly and organized.
Here's what is included!
BOTH student and teacher recording sheets for the following:
Addition facts to 5
Subtraction facts to 5
Addition facts to 10
Subtraction facts to 10
(All of these sheets emphasize fluency and that the facts are known/answered within 3 seconds)
For students only:
-Differentiated bar graphs to chart their progress in counting throughout the term or year
*These bar graphs include separate ones for counting by 1s to 100, counting by 1s to 120+, counting from 1-200+ for your higher achievers, counting by 5s, counting by 10s, and a blank one for the teacher to use for counting by 2s, 3s, etc.)
-Counting goal and planning sheet for kiddos that includes 3 things they will plan on doing to try and meet their goal.
In this packet, there are separate teacher recording sheets that go with each student sheet. These sheets are designed with the idea of eventually sharing them with families, and translated into Spanish as well.
Here's how it works:
After any reading assessments (which may be formative or summative, I've left that open), students will color in, highlight, or circle the equations they know fluenty. Since the teacher has their own copy of the recording sheet, they may choose to show that to the student afterward so that the child may refer to it when recording their own data.
When we use these, we typically don't attempt to cover the entire page at once. It depends on how far we are into the year and what we've covered thus far. BUT it's totally up to you! They can be used any way you want!
Also, each page is intended for the teacher/students to use different colors depending on what #/attempt they get it correctly is. For example, students will color all of the equations that they correctly answered on the first try RED. They will leave any they did not know blank. Later, when the teacher reassess them and they get it correct on the second try, they color it ORANGE. 3rd attempt is YELLOW, and so on.
For the counting graphs, at the beginning of the term (probably after you've given kids initial screening assessments), give them a graph that best matches their range. I differentiated them to help kids feel confident about their goals throughout the school year. Then, after students have set a counting goal for that term, they can begin graphing their progress toward that goal on a bar graph after every time an adult listens to them count. I've had parent volunteers come in each week, and they're the counting helpers! It is SO helpful for me when I don't have time to pull 25+ kids individually for formative counting assessments.
The graphs were designed with Common Core standards for Kindergarten and 1st grade in mind.
Each child will have his/her own data folder to keep these in throughout the term or school year. I plan on having my kids keep their folders in their desks this year, but the teacher could keep them and pass them out as needed. The teacher pages will go into the teacher's assessment binder and may be saved to share with families at conference time.
Questions? Please contact me! I am happy to answer any inquiries!
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