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Kindergarten Data Tracking Books

August 31, 2020 by Emily

Data is a part of teaching, but sometimes our kindergarteners are given assessments that are not good measures of their skills.  We have created a Kindergarten Data Tracking Book that actually assesses  the skills we teach.

In this data book, there are assessments that track letter, number, and shape identification, sight word and CVC word reading, writing letters and numbers, and addition and subtraction.

Check out all of the wonderful pages that are included in this Kindergarten Data Tracking Book. (As a fun bonus, they are all created around chocolate chip cookies… Yum, Yum). 😍


Kindergarten Data Book Components

data binder cover
Every student gets their own personalized binder cover.

Goal Setting

Students are able to choose the goals they want to accomplish during the school year. Once chosen, they cut and paste them onto their goal sheet.


Fine Motor Data

Catch any fine motor issues right at the beginning by looking at pencil grip, tracing, and writing their name.


Alphabet Data

Track letter and sound identification with these pages. There are both upper and lowercase sheets for letters and sounds.

Students will show you they can write their uppercase and lowercase letters.


Early Fluency Skills

Students will read CVC words, sight words, and simple sentences to show that they are learning early fluency skills. The sight word pages have some suggested word choices and then a blank page where you can add your own words.


Writing Skills

Students practice writing dictated sentences and showing their handwriting skills, sound spelling knowledge, and sight word spelling skills.


Colors and Shapes

Check early learning skills by asking students to name colors and shapes. After saying the colors, they can then color in those cookies the correct color.


Number Data

Students can practice counting to 100, identifying and writing numbers 0-20, and modeling numbers 0-10 with pictures.


Addition and Subtraction

Students can draw a picture and solve some addition and subtraction problems.


I am so excited to use these Kindergarten Data Tracking Books with my students.  It will be nice to assess them on skills that I am actually teaching and they are learning in class.  The data collected will be a true representation of what my students know.  The best part, these tests won’t be done over the computer or with a script, but in class where the kids are most comfortable and will perform their best.


~ Written by Janessa Fletcher

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