I used to do my letter assessments with paper but once I discovered Google forms, I rethought all my paper assessments within the classroom and once I figured out how to insert images into Google forms (very easy by the way), I created a Google form for my letter assessments and it was blown away at the ease of the assessment process. My students thought it was really cool to see the letters on the tablet and all my data was organized for me in a Google Sheet that I could review any time.
I have created the Google forms with pictures of each letter in two different fonts: AbcPrint font and Comic sans MS font. You can choose which one you would like to use. Each folder has 4 different Google forms you can pick
1 – Lower Case (LC) Letter Name & Sound Assessment
2 – Lower Case Letter Name Assessment
3 – Lower Case Letter Sound Assessment
4 – Upper Case Letter Name Assessment
Any device that you can access your Google Drive will then allow you to use the Google Forms to assess your students. I used a tablet to do the assessments. I do advise you to get a stylus for the tablet you are using as the Google Form allows you to write in certain sections. I use a Samsung Tab A tablet that has an S-Pen.
I hope this will help save you time with your assessments so you can get to more teaching with the students.
These are Google Forms so you will need a Gmail account in order to use it.
I have provided you with screen shot instructions because you need to make copies of each Google Form once you have added the Folder to your drive AND move the copied Google Forms into a new folder.
The link for the product you have just purchased is after all the screen shot instructions. PLEASE read through before you open the link.