Here are the templates shown in the Math Running Records Book!
Be sure to read the book so you completely understand the philosophy and research behind Math Running Records! Also, there is an online course!
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The Fluency Workshop Agenda:
The Train the Trainer Agenda
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THE JOURNAL OF SPECIAL EDUCATION VOL. 36/NO. 4/2003/PP. 186–205
At the end Kindergarten, you can start giving running records just to see if students have fluency within 5. Here is a running record with my cousin, a few days after he finished kindergarten. He did really well. I stopped it at 10 but he could even figure that out. I stopped it because that is the next instructional level – facts within 10. When you give a running record, you are just looking for the instructional level… and then you stop. You do not have to give the whole test.