Primary students can make incredible reading growth each year and I am always looking for a quick and easy way to track that growth. This is a simple form that works for me, so I thought I’d share the idea with you. It’s just a table I created to match the levels our testing kits assess.
Incoming reading level data
After receiving my class list, I plug in the names of students onto the chart. This one page chart is super handy while making sure to prep enough copies for reading assessments. Not to mention it fits into a sheet protector that is kept in the front of my grade book for safe keeping! Here is an example of a class I recently had. I use names on my handwritten chart, but changed them to numbers to protect student privacy while sharing here.
reading levels – beginning of year
reading levels – mid year
reading levels – end of year
Considering I reduced the number of students below grade level from 9 to 5, I was thrilled! Not to mention that 3 of those 5 are only one level below.
You can grab a free copy of this reading chart here. You can find more organization ideas here.
How do you track reading progress throughout the year? I’d love to hear about it!
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