Monday, October 20, 2014

Data Folder Dollar Steal!

Hey everyone!  This is Brittany from Mrs. Banister's Kindergarten Kids, and I have a deal for you!

Mrs. Banister's Kindergarten Kids

With parent teacher conference time looming, I thought I would create a product to use for student data tracking.  

This product contains three components: Student data folder materials, a wall display to show your data to those who enter your classroom, and a parent data sheet that corresponds to mClass math and reading assessments.

Student Tracking Sheets

The graphs/tracking sheets can be put in a binder or a three-prong folder. Students can track their own progress throughout the year, or you can do it for them. I find it more powerful to student learning if the students do the tracking, though. :)

The graphs include letter recognition, sound recognition, sight word recognition, color recognition, shape (2D and 3D) recognition, number recognition, counting, and addition and subtraction.

If you are 1:1 with iPads, I would highly recommend using the PNGs included to allow your students to complete these graphs digitally.  You can use a program like Book Creator to complete the graphs in book form and share with parents electronically!

Data Wall Posters

I use these posters to display in my classroom.  The posters should be laminated and placed in a place where students can easily access them. When students master a goal, they can write their names in dry erase marker on the poster.

Parent Data Sheets

The final component corresponds with DIBLES/mClass assessments. They are correlated to kindergarten benchmarks.

These will be $1 until Wednesday!  Grab them while you can!

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