Okay, so here goes! This post is going to be a smorgasboard of different assessment tools I've posted about in the past.
First up is my guided reading "snapshot". I use these to communicate with parents about students' progress with reading. You can read more about how I use these in great detail here. (While your there you can download these for FREE).
I made a similar snapshot for addition. I'm eventually going to make them for other math standards too. It's on my summer to-do list! You can get that freebie by clicking on the picture.
I use these to assess students writing journals.
and here's a checklist of those skills:
for the class
and for individual students (I would put dates at the top).
Here's a sample of a writing rubric I would use at the end of the year for a more formal assessment.
If you like that rubric, I have a ginormous pack of writing rubrics.
and a huge pack of reading response rubrics. This pack has the reading response prompt pages and the rubrics. This pack is totally common core aligned!
You can get both of these packs at either of my stores. My writing rubrics pack is my top seller!
If you are interested, I made this short slideshow for the staff at my school. I did a little presentation about using writing rubrics.
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