If you are looking for a way to track the musical achievement of your First Grade Music classroom, 👀 LOOK NO FURTHER! This 📊 Data-Tracking in the First Grade Music Room is EVERYTHING you need! Whether you are figuring out grades for the end of the marking period or tracking yearly growth, this 📊 Data Tracking resource helps music educators with all of their record-keeping needs. Take the stress, confusion, and disorganization out of data-tracking and do it yourself with this First Grade set.
If you are expected to track your students' yearly progress, this resource also includes data-tracking templates for “Levels of Learning”. The 📊 Data Tracking template allows the class to be separated into different levels of learning, enabling you to track their growth over the year, mark whether they met their goal, and track number of students and percentage of students who met the goal.
This 📊 Data-Tracking in the First Grade Music Room Resource includes:
🎵 Self-assessments for First Graders for beat/rhythm, Ta and Ti-Ti, Quarter Rest, Sol-Mi, La, Staff, Speaking/Singing, Form, Echo and Call/Response, Singing, and Behavior & Participation (includes PDF and editable version in PowerPoint)
🎵 Class list template (Word and Google Sheets)
🎵 Data-tracking sheets with specific “I can” statements (a printable version and editable version in Google Sheets is included)
🎵 Data-tracking sheets for levels, to help you differentiate and guide students in meeting end of the year goals or benchmarks (a printable version and editable version in Google Sheets is included)
🎵 First grade yearly progress sheet (PDF and an editable Powerpoint)
🎵 Suggestions for use
🎵 “Aileen's font”: A font I created and is used in some of the editable files. This font is free for personal and commercial use (without credit), and can also be found here. I included it here for convenience. Just open and hit “install”!
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❣️”This resource has helped keep me organized in tracking student progress. Thank you for sharing these!”
❣️”I am amazed by the work you have put into all of this! Thanks for making my life easier and making this so accessible! I am thrilled!”
❣️”I edited this to fit my curriculum and used it at parent teacher conferences to discuss each students’ progress. The parents loved that I had a clear picture of their child with skills and content that they were working on. ”
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