Monday, January 25, 2016

Organizing Reading A-Z Running Records


Having access to Reading A-Z makes taking running records so much easier, but it can still be tricky to keep all the copies organized. I keep my running record materials in two huge binders, A-G and H-O. I print the assessment passage in color, and print the quick check answers on the back, since I will only need one copy of each of those items. Then, I place that two-sided sheet in a page protector, which also serves as a divider within the binder.


Then, I print the running record itself in black and white, and print the quick check questions on the back. This is the only sheet I make copies of. I make 10 copies at a time for each passage (so the binders doesn't get too stuffed!) and place them behind the page protector with the assessment passage.




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