It’s the week that report cards are due and, as you look over the report card skills and standards, you’re suddenly thinking: Did I assess that? Did my students master that skill? I think he mastered it, but I don’t remember? I think he struggles, but I don’t have evidence? Did I teach this?!?!?!
Well, at least that’s happened to me a time or two!
Since it’s imperative to be intentional with every ounce of time and instruction, I needed a review to be absolutely SURE that my kiddos were ‘getting it.’ This reading foundational/literacy and math review pack can be used as a review of the standards, preparation for benchmark testing, as a quick assessment, or as a progress monitoring tool. Above all, it helps you easily take note of which standards students have mastered and where there are gaps, so that you have the opportunity to reteach before it’s too late.
I would recommend doing a review activity each day in a teacher-led literacy center. This will give you the opportunity to complete the review together and take note of student success and/or gaps in learning.
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