rob0bops

I like to have forms that I just circle instead of fill in to make it go quicker. Here is my share of an adapted check in sheet. There are two files - margins on left and right - each one has one week. They are made to be printed/copied back to back so you can keep two weeks of data on one form (like my share of an adapted conferring sheet already posted) and put it in a binder.

You can download the files at:

Check in right.docx

Shared with Dropbox

Check in left.docx

Shared with Dropbox

They are in Word so you can edit and type in your students’ names.

Just in case this is useful.


07.26.2015

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Elizabeth Bray

ohmygosh! This is the first thing I found on the discussion boards and I LOVE it! Thanks for sharing!

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