My friend, Holly, over at Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade is having a very bloggy birthday celebration and is having a whopper of a giveaway! Not only is she giving away E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G in her TpT store, she's asked a few of her blogging budding to throw some freebies in too! That's where I come in...I'm offering up my new Foundational Literacy Progress Monitoring RTI Assessments. There's really a ton of great stuff you could win if you enter. The giveaway is on Holly's site.
I blogged about my RTI Assessments for Foundational Literacy interventions last week, but just in case you missed it, I have created a large set of assessments for five foundational literacy skills (and I'm working on more) that you would use to progress monitor foundational literacy RTI interventions. In addition, I have written a Progress Monitoring Handbook that folks have left overwhelmingly positive feedback of...here's what some buyers have said, in addition to a 4.0 rating!
"Extremely helpful for documentation purposes"-ejohnson0606
"Thank you! This will be great to put me on the path to monitor my group of
students. Thank you for simplifying it for me."-DebbieJack
"Love, Love, Love! What a great tool!! Thanks!"-Hastings
"This is fabulous! Thanks so much for sharing!"-McPherson
"Thank you for the hard work you did. It gives me a great
a way to record my RTI student progress".-Ronbewolf
"WOW!!! I feel so enlightened about RTI. It makes so much more sense now. I think I may know more about it now than other staff members who should know more than I do!"-Jenny789
Progress monitoring a sight word intervention is just one of the skills included in this packet. 1-minute assessments are also included for Letter Names, Letter Sounds, Phonemic Awareness Word Segmentation and Nonsensical Word Fluency. We all know how critical it is to have documentation for RTI now, well this packet will help explain it all in simple, easy to understand language and give you the progress monitoring assessment tools to make sure you have the documentation you need to prove that an RTI intervention worked or didn't work.