Collecting data is important for all grades! But how to keep it organised in a neat, easy to use way?
I think I have a Bright Idea!!!
Thanks to Shelley Gray for this awesome idea!
This is an idea I saw in my teaching partners classroom, so thanks Kim for the inspiration.
You will need a folder, some plastic sheet protectors, some lined paper and some sticky note flags.
First, put your lined paper in! You want to think about how many pages per kid you want to start with.
Write your students names on the tags. Layer these throughout the notebook paper as shown so you can easily locate the student you are looking for.
Add some extras into the folder to help you keep on top of data - here I have pictured reading levels, which I can just highlight as they progress and an alphabet sounds assessment (in each child's sleeve.)
Taa-daa! Data collection, made easy!
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