and have hanging file folders inside. Each folder holds 2 levels of fact fluency tests, one on each side of the folder. I use little tabs at the top of the folders so I know which tests are in which folder. I have color coded my files and the way I track student progress with Yellow being Addition and Green being Subtraction.
So, how do I keep track (for me and my kiddos) of who is on what level?
I have been blessed with a lot of cabinets at the back of my classroom. I have all of the Robertson clan printed and housed at the bottom of the top level of cabinets. Then, I have yellow and green circles to track where the kiddos are. They get to move their circle from level to level. After I grade the tests, I hand back the ones that did not pass all the problems so they can practice, and then those that passed, I call one-by-one and they go move their circle. The reason that I use different color circles to track is so that I know who is on addition and who is on subtraction - because, you will end up with kiddos working on subtraction, while others are still on addition.
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