Intervention Help, Freebie, and More

I have been thinking about Intervention a lot lately…trying to think about ways to make it more meaningful and to provide accountability…how to extend the learning past that 30 minute slot.  Then I began to reflect on the things I do during Intervention (good and bad).  One thing I have always done is to  keep a running record of miscues as my students read.  I also have a habit of scribbling the words they repeatedly miss onto a piece of paper and giving it to them to practice throughout the day or as homework.  I decided I wanted to create something that would make it a bit more formal…and a bit more fun.  I created pages (two to a page) that would be quick and easy to use for recording words they need to practice, in other words, an individualized list for reinforcement.  They are super easy to use. As a student reads, I jot down on one of the pages any words they seem to struggle with…not everyone gets a list every time. They take the list after Intervention is over and are required to read the words to someone throughout the day…2-5 times, depending upon the page I choose. Each time they read the list correctly, they get to color a picture at the bottom of the page.  (that provides the fun =)
Hope these will help you, too!
Click here to visit my TPT store and purchase your own pack 
of 16 double list pages for only $2!
Click on the picture below to get your freebie page:
On a personal note, I just want to say Happy Mother’s Day to all you moms out there.  
Being a mom is just about the hardest, most rewarding job out there. 
My kiddos:
My mom died one year ago this Friday.  I miss her =)


  1. Jennifer~ I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. I know you must really miss her.
    I do love your intervention sheets. They are brilliant, just like you! You inspire my teaching so much!
    Jen's Kinder Kids

  2. Your children are adorable! Happy belated Mother's Day!!

    I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. My father died 11 years ago this month and the pain still hits me now & then like it was just yesterday.

    I pray you find peace and comfort in knowing someday we'll be reunited with our loved ones 🙂

    Sending lots of HUGS!!!


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