A great big thanks to everyone who enter the giveaway! Congratulations to Anne M.H.! Check your email for your prizes! If you didn't win I have good news! I have listened to your requests for a bundle and have come up with a reading assessments bundle that includes both my reading fluency & goal setting posters, charts and graphs along with my reading portfolios which you can purchase for only $10! You save $2 by buying the bundle! Click on the picture below to check it out!
Today is the last day to enter to win my three reading products: Reading Fluency & Goal Setting Posters, Charts & Graphs, Reading Portfolios and Sequencing Sort Skill Center! The winner will be announced tomorrow morning!
It's summer time! Time for teachers to kick back and relax by the pool, right? Haha! Well, hopefully you get some time to relax in the sun but we all know teachers never really take a break from school! We are always thinking ahead to next year and doing lots of planning and preparing. I have teamed up with several other teacher-authors to bring you this summer stock up linky where you can learn about some pretty cool products and grab tons of free teaching resources along the way!
Enter to Win all 3 Products in my Summer Stock Up Giveaway!
Before students can set appropriate goals they must be taught what goals are and how to write meaningful, achievable goals. I have created a set of goal setting posters that teach students the definition of goals and the difference between short-term and long-term goals. They learn what it means for a goal to be specific, attainable, and measurable. Students also learn the difference between reading comprehension and reading fluency as well as learning about reading rate (WPM).
The rest of the product focuses on reading fluency with a WPM chart and 20 different graphs to chose from. Since students may be a different reading levels I have included a variety of graph options with similar styles.
TIP: Build Student Ownership through Progress Monitoring
Students use my reading fluency graphs to chart their daily or weekly progress. Each week they set a goal and graph their results. At the end of the week they color the target if they got a bullseye (reached or exceeded their goal), were very close (within 5 WPM), or close (within 10 WPM). If they missed the target that week they can adjust their goal for the following week. Quarterly progress graphs are also included.
Product #2 Reading Portfolios
TIP: Build Student Ownership through Data Collection
Product #3 Sequencing Sort Skill Center
TIP: Make Reading Assessments Fun & Hands On
Assessing reading comprehension doesn't have to be done with a paper and pencil test. Make test-taking more enjoyable by turning it into a hands-on activity! Hands-on activities may include creating posters, dioramas, acting out a scene of the book and more.
Sequencing can be a difficult skill to master. In my sequencing sort skill center students use picture card sets (of 3) to tell a story. They put the cards in order of first, next and last and then write about them. Blank cards are also included so students can create their own sorts. This center would work great with guided reading as students could make a picture card set to go along with the passage they are reading and then write about the order of events. Another great hands-on way to assess comprehension!
Enter to Win my Guided Reading Giveaway June 20-26!
Want a free sample? Follow these steps starting Sat., June 21 to grab my freebie and TONS more! Hurry it ends at 7pm EST on Sunday!
Go to my Facebook page. Click on the tab (scroll down to find it on the left) called "Summer Stock Up"
Click the Like button to gain access to the freebie. *If you are already a fan skip to step 3.
Grab my freebie (click on the link to download)! You can also click to see it on Pinterest. Then click the "Find more Freebies" flag in the top right corner to find more!
5 Fabulous Freebies
Fear Of The Unknown
Fun Teaching Ideas
Games And Centers
More Free Stuff!
Tips For Teachers Linky