I reported quarterly using the rubric of the math program (which is currently Everyday Math). I would use the A-attained, P-Practicing scores and I being an additional program only focused on Part A (focus skills).

I would have three columns as follows:

__In Class Unit Content Assisted by Title 1__

__Progress__

__Comments on Progress__

Write the numbers 1 through 20.
*Yes, sometimes reversals on 3’s and 5’s. Used stories to implant a correct image in her mind. (3 has the bump, bump like B. 5 likes to walk with his belly button out and his hat pointing forward.)*Make tally marks for numbers.
*Yes*Count forward by 1’s.
*Only starting at 1. If asked to count on from a larger number Student has difficulty.*Name numbers that come __after__ a given number.
*Yes*Name numbers that come __before__ a given number.
*We are still practicing this.*Understand game of “Penny Plate” (sums of 10)
*Still practicing*Use a tally chart to answer questions
Calculate and compare the value of penny and nickel coin combinations
*Hard time transitioning from counting by 5’s to 1’s. Using a number grid to place the coins will help Student see the counting pattern change. (i.e. 3 nickels and 3 pennies. Place the first nickel on 5, second on 10, third on 15, first penny on 16, second on 17 and last penny on 18 to show the total amount)*Show and read time to the hour.
*Yes, some reminders to use the short hand for the hour.*

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