Keep groups straight by labeling boxes with coordinating duct tape to match students' folders! Perfect for differentiation!

Keep guided reading groups straight by labeling boxes with coordinating duct tape to match students' folders! Or writing folders

Teach your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students to monitor their own progress and take ownership of their learning using data folders. Simple and effective classroom management tips for using data folders in the primary classroom. Download the free starter kit while you’re there!

Managing Data Folders in the Primary Classroom

Managing data folders in the primary classroom doesn’t have to take much time. See how I use them to guide me and give students a voice in their learning.

Clip chart. "Here's the form I sent home each day. This form was in each student's folder.  The circle is to be filled with whatever color the student ends the day on.  You need 7 colors & maybe a pen to write an explanation for 'parent contact' students. So easy. I made a ton of copies of this at the beginning of the year & replaced it at the beginning of each month. It's very visual & I even let the kids color in their circles the last quarter of the year (with supervision).... they loved…

This is a behavior chart that students can take home at the end of each day to communicate with parents how students behaved in the classroom. Each color represents a different behavior category.

Absent folders-put on absent student's desk to collect work throughout the day.  Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!

Absent folders-put on absent student's desk to collect work throughout the day. One side Take Home. One side Work Folder.

Print these covers, glue onto a file folder, and laminate to create an absent student folder that will save you time and help you stay organized.

Print these covers, glue onto a file folder, and laminate to create an absent student folder that will save you time and help you stay organized.

Clutter-Free Classroom - communication between home and school. Could use in my daily homework folder. I like the clear page protector pocket. Helpful for kids and parents.

Clutter-Free Classroom - communication between home and school. Could use in my daily homework folder. I like the clear page protector pocket. Helpful for kids and parents. Use ziplock bag instead of page protector.

Here is a one page cover for student folders for your Frog Themed Classroom! Simply print and add the student’s name and you have a wonderful col...

Here is a one page cover for student folders for your Frog Themed Classroom! Simply print and add the student�s name and you have a wonderful colorful folder for your home-school communication and student work!

folders and journals for writing workshop

I like the idea of using folders and journals for writing workshop and keeping them in a special spot. - maybe separations by groups?

Take Home Folders and Weekly Progress Reports are the perfect way to communicate student progress, work habits, and behavior with parents. I used these in my upper elementary classroom every year!!

Using Take Home Folders for Parent Communication

Free Teaching Idea - Take Home Folders and Weekly Progress Reports are the perfect way to communicate student progress, work habits, and behavior with parents. I used these in my upper elementary classroom every year!

Free absent student folders...Keep absent students' paperwork organized by stashing it all in a special folder until they return

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