Have you checked out the free app called Apps Gone Free? It lets you know when apps become available for free. They are free for a limited time only. You can find some good ones on here. There are also a lot that I don't personally use, but you can find some free ones for both yourself and for your students!
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This is our last week of RtI for Tier II. At least it is the last week for those students who do not have any absences. Those that are absent must make up that time. Some may have to carry over into next week. My kindergarten group has just been like little sponges, soaking up everything that was put out there for them. If only I could just keep them in school a day or two a week all summer so they wouldn't lose all this great progress! Their phonemic awareness skills have been strengthened so much. Several of the students are working on different phonemic awareness skills, but by listening to me when I am teaching a different skill to another student, they are picking up on those skills too! Love the growth!
My third graders are in tier III and have a few more weeks to go. They are also showing progress. But as students get older, it seems to be a bit more difficult for them to show the rapid progress the younger students show. At my school we work really hard to catch students early on skill deficits and try to get that corrected as soon as we can.
We have less than a month of school left!! Where has this year gone? So many activities and fun times with friends and it goes by in a flash! This Memory Maker book can help your students capture those memories and become a keepsake of everything they did and the friends they made.
If you don't want to use a colored cover, you can use this alternate cover in black and white and save your colored ink!
There are lots of different pages for the students to fill out about themselves, their friends and things they did this year in your class.
If you would like see more about this Memory Maker just click here or any of the pictures above.
Enjoy your week!