I know I’ve always got way too many groups running as I try to accommodate the needs of all my students. (Don’t ask how many reading groups I generally have . . . you’d think I’m crazy!) I always try to meet with my at risk students more often than all the other students, and they often need one-on-one instruction. I meet with my highest students less frequently as I usually give them projects or do literature circles with them. Then there are all the other groups that don’t require as much specialization. Keeping track of all of these groups and the books they are reading (and the books that are not returned or the students who are not reading) can be plain chaos! That’s why I’ve made all these forms. Maybe you just need one or maybe you want to use them all-that’s up to you! I’m just offering them to you if they are of use to you. Sure hope they help!
Guided Reading Organization Forms
Keeping track of your Guided Reading groups can be a beast!
These are also available in Word format if you want to edit them in the computer.
Click here to go to my original post to get an explanation of how I use these forms.
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