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14 Kindergarten Readiness Activities and Printables

Kindergarten readiness has never been so easy with these Kindergarten sight words, counting, games, and educational crafts for children. Some of the fun kindergarten readiness activities include sight word sundaes, counting flags, counting eggs, bingo, sudoku and handprint art. Your kindergartener is so excited! The Tip Junkie Creative Community has Kindergarten Crafts and Kindergarten activities with pictured tutorials and free patterns if you're looking for more simple crafts for kids with…

Download this quick assessment page for see which letter names, letter sounds, numbers and shapes your students know as they progress through the year!

Assessment can be difficult for both teachers and students, depending on how it’s done. Here’s a super simple little trick for assessment that I call Hop Across the Pond. It can be used for a lot of different things, but I use it mostly for assessment of students’ sight word knowledge. I used to ask my students to read through a list of sight words and tick off the ones they knew; I’d use this for reporting and to know which words to [Read More...]

This comprehensive skill assessment is a great way to quickly assess your student's ability level. It includes a recording sheet that should be printed for each

This comprehensive skill assessment is a great way to quickly assess your student's ability level. It includes a recording sheet that should be printed for each

1st grade math "progress tracker" for each student with major 1st grade standards

In my district we're given numerous forms for tracking reading progress for each child throughout the year. Sometimes it feels like we have way too much paperwork, but I love to look at one sheet of paper and see "at a glance" how a student has progressed during the year. And it's easy to show parents the growth their child has made or the growth they need to make! I'm not teaching reading this year and as the first quarter is drawing to a close (at the end of the week, eek!) I realized I…

For the Love of First Grade: FREEBIE Friday {Beginning of Year Assessments}

It's August! The month when school resumes. The month when summer is over. If I've made you sad I have something to uplift your spi...

This article mentions a few of the math assessment standards and how they can be implemented into the classroom. It also provides examples to use for possible assessment in different situations.

This article mentions a few of the math assessment standards and how they can be implemented into the classroom. It also provides examples to use for possible assessment in different situations.

FREE! Chart showing the difference between formative and summative assessments. Click through now to grab this freebie. It will help you better understand assessment types. Use it to help guide your instruction. #YoungTeacherLove

FREE! Chart showing the difference between formative and summative assessments. Click through now to grab this freebie. It will help you better understand assessment types. Use it to help guide your instruction. #YoungTeacherLove