RTI Documents {finally} Ready!

I really need to give a big "I'm Sorry" to all my blog readers (especially the last 500 who signed up on this Google form) who have been expecting my to email them a link to the Dropbox where I've uploaded all our RTI documents....so that system didn't work so well either, because Google Docs won't let me copy and paste email addresses into the Dropbox invite box. Soooooo, I think I've got a solution that will work.  I'm going to create a zip file with the LMES RTI documents in one easy download, I will make it FREE on TpT...this way really works for me...and gets you the documents when YOU want them, so you don't have to wait on me.

...and the RTI documents are ready. Yeah! I uploaded them tonight.  
Snag them HERE.  Can you say, "finallyyy!" 

There are 78 files, so I had to compress it and create a zip file.  
Here's how to open "unzip" compressed files, also called "extract."

In the meantime, I have compiled, created and uploaded (for free) an "If, Then" reading interventions menu....that's hopefully easy to read. For example, IF a student struggles with X, THEN try Y. The reading interventions listed on this 5 page document are research based and appropriate for any student in the RTI process.  This post was prompted by a teacher friend, Mrs. Sykes, who FB'd me yesterday and asked if I had any reading interventions ideas.....do I have ideas??? A few.

 Download it for yourself {HERE}

Also, wanted to let everyone know that I have finished my first set of CBM Assessments for Progress Monitoring Foundational Literacy Interventions. 125 1-minute CBM's in all! Grab your own set HERE.

See also my second set of CBM Assessments for Progress Monitoring Foundational Numeracy Interventions is ready.  This packet includes 175 1-minute CBM assessments.  And they're on sale now for the Cyber Monday and Tuesday SALE HERE.

My RTI Progress Monitoring Set 2 is done now, too. This set includes less foundational (more advanced) phonics and sound spelling patterns, appropriate for students, regardless of their actual grade, that are reading about the 2nd grade reading level.


And 60 Fluency Passages for monitoring reading progress OR just to monitor that ALL students are growing in their fluency, perfect for fluency centers or Daily 5 independent reading and partner reading activities.  Students graphing data sheets included.

GRAB 60 Lexile Leveled Fluency Passages HERE.

Happy Reading! -Jen Jones

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Kate @ EduKate and Inspire said...

This is a great resource, Jen! Thank you very much for sharing! I will be eagerly awaiting your 50 page RTI doc!

EduKate and Inspire

Unknown said...

Thank you for creating this! I am excited to use it! Come check out my blog, I am new to the blogging world!

Lindsey Roseboom
Fantastic First Grade Friends

Fantastic First Grade Friends

Jan Messali said...

I'm SO glad I saw this on Pinterest. It's fantastic! Thanks a bunch!

Vicki Leet said...

Wow!! You continue to amaze me. Thanks so much for sharing.
Vicki Leet

Andrea D. said...

Thank you so much for this. I will be sharing with colleagues!

Will and KB's mom said...

This is WONDERFUL! Thank you for sharing.

Heather's Heart said...

Thank you so much for sharing this Jen. You are amazing. =)

Heather's Heart

Taylor said...

O gosh this is great!! Thanks so much!
BakingCraftingTeaching Oh My!

Morgan said...

Wonderful! This will be so helpful for my first time around through RTI. You are amazing!

MLTeach said...

Thank you! This is going to be a great reference! : )

mary b. said...

That is fantastic. Thank you! I agree with another reader - you are amazing ;-)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the RTI documents. What a great resource!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much this is so helpful

Kayla S. said...

This will help me so much during Guided Reading!! THANK YOU! I'm forwarding this file to my entire school!

Julie L. said...

Thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for sharing these resources! You're helping teachers around the country... many, many thanks to you!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for making this wonderful resource available to all. Your willingness to help all teachers help children around the country is so appreciated.

Chris said...

What a great resource--thank you!

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