CCSS Math and ELA Data Checklists for K-6

We've completed all of the data checklists for K-6!! 

Just enter in each student's name and start recording your data. (There are multiple ways to record and we have provided some examples for you, but really you can do it however you want).

Some of you have asked if this goes well with our Common Core Galore Checklists and the answer is YES! I use BOTH every day!  These checklists are used for my gradebook and the CC Galore checklists are used to keep track of when I teach what. 





These are perfect for report cards, RtI, data for PLCs, or to give you detailed information for your small group work.


Kindergarten Checklist:



1st Grade Checklist:
1st Grade Combined ELA and Math Data Checklist



2nd Grade Checklist:
2nd Grade Combined ELA and Math Data Checklists



3rd Grade Checklist:
 




4th Grade Checklist:





5th Grade Checklist:


Each download contains:
-Common Core data checklists for math 
-Common Core data checklists for ELA
-Examples on how to record your data
-Binder covers to help you stay organized


The best part about these checklists is that they are editable! You will be able to enter your students' names on the first document, and it will automatically fill in their names on EVERY page! 


If you would like to purchase the ELA or MATH checklists separately, you can find them here:
K-2 
3-5




We also have CCSS Checklists
We also have checklists available! These make it so you can "check off" things as you teach them so you can track what/when you've taught.




Click each picture to check them out!

       

     


     



Here's an example of how these checklists can help you organize and teach the Common Core:


5 comments:

Jamie knefely said...

These are awesome. What a great way to keep all the data organized.

Jamie

Jamie L. S. said...

I love these! One question, how do you assess the standards for Reading informational/literature Text? Observations? Mini quizzes?

Stumpy42972 said...

Is there a "package" with multiple grades? (I teach K-5 Special Ed)

Anne Leah said...

Thanks for the link. It's nice that's it's free. Well, I wanna take this opportunity to ask if you have any idea of the best k-6 tutoring club? I'm badly looking for them.

Carissa Reimers said...

Every teacher should check this particular post, which can help them to get more organized. It's much needed in the classroom. sport personal statements

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