This is a great form for students to keep track of their Lexia Core 5 progress at the end of each week and to reflect on the work they’ve done each month. It is perfect for student data folders!
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Check in with your parents on a weekly basis about their child's behavior in your class. I send this home every Friday.
This item can be purchased in a bundle! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Behavior-Pack-Bundle-3927260
Add color and design to your classroom with this purple and turquoise jobs chart. This consists of 20 classroom job cards that can be laminated and displayed in a pocket chart or bulletin board. There is a matching banner that can be displayed
Track student progress during benchmark assessments at the beginning, middle, and end of the year. This form is great for a quick reference sheet with student reading levels and NWEA scores for math and reading for each benchmark testing period of
Easily track and communicate behavior for students throughout the week with this bundle! There is a tracking sheet, a check list to send home on Friday, notes to send throughout the week, and a certificate for your student of the week!
This behavior management chart is based on positive reinforcement. Students will begin every day on Green "Ready to Learn". When a positive choice is recognized (standing in line quietly, being kind to others, etc.) students will be chosen to "clip
This behavior management pack include a "clip up" chart to promote positive choices in the classroom. All students begin at Green, "Ready to Learn" everyday and can clip up throughout the day for making good choices. A weekly behavior log is
These vocabulary cards were designed with first grade in mind, but could be utilized in a variety of grade levels. They are broken down into colors based on 4 large units. Purple-Geometry and Measurement. Turquoise-Number Sense. Green-Real world
Reward the class when they exceed classroom expectations. I believe that students should be expected to follow classroom rules and procedures without reward. However, when students go above and beyond what is expected, this is a great way to