I made this for a few students that I am doing Read Naturally with. This is a user-friendly and organized way to keep track of cold and hot scores as well as the following comprehension questions for each story.
This is a great organizer for students who need practice with retelling the details of a story. It works as a reminder of the main components of a good retell. It also has a rating system that is similar to the DIBELS assessment, so students can
This is a partner checklist for students who need to practice their retelling. There are two lists per page, each including a checkbox for title, main idea, and sequence, as well as how many details they included in their retell. The bottom holds a
This is printable page with 6 reading tickets. We are encouraging our students to read 100 minutes every week. If they do so, they will get a punch on their ticket. After 4 punches, they get to participate in a 'special event'. This month we will
This is great for students who are working on editing their pieces. This checklist is a fantastic way to keep students on task. It also encourages working with their peers when editing their writing pieces.
This plan works amazing in our Reading RTI time! The students have a partner for this class period that stays the same week to week. At the beginning of the unit, each pair of students chose what they were going to do for each day of the week. This
This activity did wonders with my students when we began division with remainders. I also let them use some type of manipulative to build the pictures on their desk. After a few tries, they were comfortable just drawing the pictures.
Let your students keep track of their own progress/data with this easy to use chart. I have it set up for 2 weeks at a time. They read a different story each week and track their improvement daily. I am using stories from Six Minute Solution, but