This is a template that you can print off for each day.. I wanted something for my first grade class that I could customize for each skill I introduce. Put your skills, spelling words, etc, on the board and let your students do the rest.....after
I created this book for my class because I could not find one that worked for me. The top part is for vocabulary for whatever content you are teaching. the bottom is for sight words. One letter per page. I will be printing front/back and putting
I needed a way to organize, on one page, what I was doing for morning work, centers, homework, and afternoon Power Hour. This has a space for each day plus room at the bottom for your spelling words, words to know, and skills for the week.
I have a couple of those task card books that you can get with the laminated cards. Most of those cards do not have students answer with A, B, or C. Students have to write sentences or draw shapes or etc. I wanted a worksheet where students can
After looking all over TPT and not finding what I wanted, I decided to make it. I wanted a simple way to see all of my students test results for Journeys. I included a space for vocabulary, comprehension, and phonics.
It is 1 sheet and it is
I made this to put all my pretest/post test data for spelling and HFW tests. You can use this for any reading series. Each lesson has 4 boxes where you write down the score or number of items missed on both pretest and post test.
I created this worksheet for my student to help them learn about the 3 different reasons an author would write a text. It has blanks in various places. It is a simplified way for early elementary students to take notes.
I created these to fit into the Target Square Pockets you find in the Dollar Spot during the back to school time of year. The printed squares are roughly 3.5 inches.
They do not have your typical Super Improvers levels. The levels are numbered so