A rubric for speaking, listening, and representing rubric. I've used the entire rubric, but I've also used parts of it when appropriate. There is a grade for performance and another for effort. Can be modified for different levels.
My 1st graders used this checklist to edit each other's fiction writing starting in February/March. Woud be useful for basic editing in 2nd grade as well. This checklist needs quite a bit of preteaching, but really helps students focus on the
There are so many great fun math games and resources online that I wanted my students to experience. However, with homework time constraints and limited access to the computer lab, I came up with this way to get my first graders to play math games
The "ed" at the end of past tense verbs can be very difficult for young readers (especially ESL students) to decode fluently. This sort is good practice to review the /t/, /d/, and /ed/ sounds on the end of common verbs.
This is a great resource for any level writer. They can't take the whole Word Wall home with them, so they can take this! They can also store it in their desks or homework folder. Have students add new high frequency words themselves or teachers can
I am using this chart with my pull-out reading intervention groups. I also have the large bulletin board where children put their names near their goals, but students have this chart in their folders and write the new strategies in as they are
This is a great way to get students to become aware of the words around the classroom. Using a clipboard, they walk around the room looking for words to write. I always use this center at the beginning of first grade when I want students to
This is a great small chart to tape in homework folders or on desk tops to help students use common mental math strategies (Fast 9s, Fast 10s, Doubles, and Neighbors). Also a great resource to share with parents.