This includes 9 editable spreadsheet worksheets that students can use to keep track of their own growth. At our school we like to print copies for each student and put in folders called "Data Books."
*Two pages for Oral Reading Fluency (we use this with our district's reading assessment/progress monitoring tool) (Free PDF version of this one in my TPT store.)
*One for quarterly math benchmark tests (includes columns for pre- and post-test scores)
*One that can be used for universal screener for both math and English language arts; works well for a screening test that you give beginning, middle and end of year
*Two progress monitoring pages for math and language arts that works well for a weekly computer lab program to show growth, and *Three pages with options for weekly fluency practice; works well with a fluency program like "6 minute solutions." (Free PDF version of the Fluency Graphs are in my TPT store.)