Where to be begin? My momma always said, "If you have nothing nice to say, don't say anything at all!" So, I will leave AIMSweb and my district's "system" for interventions and RtI out of this. *rolls eyes* Can I get a virtual high five if you've had it up to HERE with people who have no idea what it's like to be a classroom teacher designing programs and telling you how and what you should be doing in your classroom?! Okay- thank you, moving right along.
I was looking for an SIMPLE, QUICK, and FUN way to assess my kids for some simple fluency goals. Every day I meet with two groups during reader's workshop and one group during math workshop. I wanted to have a quick warmup that would practice fluency for all of these groups but I also wanted to include data, so I would have some way to track their growth. Thus, my RtI Boards were born. I'm going to try and be as clear as possible about how I use these. Bear with me and let me know if you have any questions in the comments section.
The sight word boards correlate with my Sight Word Study Guides Unit on TpT. I have updated that unit to include the boards and graphs so if you already own it, be sure to download it again. If you don't know what I'm talking about, check out the example below.
Now for FREEBIES!! Yay! I recently reached 50 followers on Teachers Pay Teachers and it made me pretty happy. I got into this whole thing for the sheer fun of it and I never imagined it would turn into this little side business. I so enjoy posting new items and keeping this little blog. It has certainly made me a better teacher! So to thank those of you who follow me, both here and on TpT, click the pictures below to snag your freebies!
I hope that you will check out my latest product on TpT and an oldie but a goodie. :) My kiddos are still working on our Communities Unit and our Community Helpers Unit so I'll be back soon with plenty of pictures and more to say about these two new units. :) Thanks for reading. I'd love to read your comments and hear about your experiences with RtI.