Do you have difficulty organizing ALL of the data daily in your classroom? After 23 years of teaching, I try to focus on simple products in my store and classroom to make my life easier. These file folder assessments are easy to use, engaging for students, and ready whenever I have a free second with one of my students.
Grab the FREE checklist assessment at the bottom of this post to get you started on taking data! It’s a simple and easy tool to keep track of your students and their pre-academic skills!
If you look at my store, these file folder assessments are also divided into different areas with fewer file folders to choose from. Maybe you only need a few to start with and this would be the place to start! Click on this link to get to my TpT store, Busy little hands!
Uses for these Assessments
These 20 file folder assessments assess your students in 10 math standards and 10 literacy standards. All 20 assessments are made around Ohio’s Early Learning and Development Standards for Preschool and are also the fundamental skills your students need for early intervention. Use them for any age!!! Data sheets are included to attach to the back of each file folder for easy assessment and easy storage! Additionally, your students can use these at a center, for independent practice, or at home if they need extra practice in a particular standard.
Included in this BUNDLE:
The 10 Math assessments cover the following standards:
- identifying shapes
- identifying numbers to 10
- identifying numbers 11-20
- one-to-one correspondence to 10
- one-to-one correspondence to 20
- rote counting to 20
- adding and subtracting to 7
- comparing groups- more, less, and equal
- extending patterns
The 10 Literacy assessments cover the following standards:
- identifying colors
- identifying UPPERCASE letters
- identifying lowercase letters
- identifying beginning sounds
- reading color words
- identifying opposites
- identifying rhyming words
- identifying syllables
- tracing UPPERCASE letters
- tracing lowercase letters
Make life easier for yourself by having all of your assessments handy and interactive for your students. Furthermore, the file folders are perfect for progress reports, report cards, or documentation for IEP goals and objectives. Keep these near you at all times to always have an assessment ready to go! Another huge bonus is the ability to weave them into any administrative assessment for your personal evaluative process. If you like this blog post, read the latest post on incorporating visual schedules into your classroom!
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