Free 1st Grade Back to School Baseline Reading Assessments - You can use these baseline assessments to get a starting point for your 1st graders for: uppercase letters, lowercase letters, sight words, CVC words, and Nonsense CVC words.

Free Grade Back to School Baseline Reading Assessments - You can use these baseline assessments to get a starting point for your graders for: uppercase letters, lowercase letters, sight words, CVC words, and Nonsense CVC words.

The Ultimate List of FREE Phonics Activities - listed by skill level - This Reading Mama

The ULTIMATE List of FREE Phonics Activities

Are you looking for some FREE Phonics Activities? Today in our Struggling Reader Series, I’m sharing TONS of links to free phonics activities. We’ll talk about how to narrow down what phonics skills your learner needs to work …

34 Strategies For The Stages Of Assessment: Before, During & After (infographic)

I always need assessment ideas! There are so many opportunities to assess learning. When do you assess learning? How do you assess learning. Here are a few of my favorites. Here are more places to find out about assessments.

Can I just say I have one of the most creative colleagues ever!!  You guys remember Jayme right?  She made the cute farm games  at the begi...

The Polka Dot Patch: Letter recognition Assessment and Math Assessments too! beginning, middle, and end of year.

My growth mindset display board. New to my class but they are getting the hang of it. Needs a few bits and bobs on it but it will do for now.

Bulletin board idea: My growth mindset display board. New to my class but they are getting the hang of it. Needs a few bits and bobs on it but it will do for now.

Learn how to quickly assess your new students in this blog post, and grab the FREE assessments passages for level ranges A-Z!

6 Steps to Quickly Assess Reading Abilities

Have you often wondered what your students reading abilities are at the beginning of the school year because you either receive NO data or t.

Helping students become good independent readers is not a quick task. It requires time, patience and effort. Read about the great ideas shared by other teachers on how they keep students engaged during independent reading as well as their reading assessment ideas from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

Independent Reading Tips and Tricks

Helping students become good independent readers is not a quick task. It requires time, patience and effort. Read about the great ideas shared by other teachers on how they keep students engaged during independent reading as well as their reading assessment ideas from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

FREE Phonics Assessment for K-3 ~ a quick way to see what phonics skills your child/student needs to learn | This Reading Mama

FREE Phonics Assessment for K-3rd grades

FREE Phonics Assessment for ~ a quick way to see what phonics skills your child/student needs to learn This Reading Mama

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4 Great Benefits of Social Media for Business

Social media sheets as exit tickets are perfect for the classroom! Students love displaying their learning this way "This could be a bigger project, or it could be a quick one to assess student comprehension about the novel.

In first grade reading comprehension is something new, challenging, and difficult to teach because even though they're all 6 or 7 they're de...

I'm starting to really teach and practice comprehension skills. Based on our reading assessments (TRCs) at the beginning of the year I came up with this worksheet to aide in recalling details.

First Grade Shenanigans: Journeys Series Reading Assessments

Journeys Assessment What Is a Pal? The Storm Curious George at School Lucia’s Neighborhood Gus Takes the Train.

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