Organizing Daily Leveled Work

My summer was consumed by my resource making obsession and right now I’m raking in all the benefits. I created several sets of materials that are designed to last the length of the school year; making day to day duties a little bit easier and providing daily individualized tasks that are ready to go. And holy crap is it amazing.  My Daily Leveled Work resource has made my life so much easier and I have been lucky enough to see it in action in a few different classrooms. This resource allows students to work on different concepts each day all done within the same format. I use it a bit different with each of my groups so let me share it’s amazingness.

Daily Leveled Work: Level 1

My Level 1 resource is the lowest level and works on basic skills such as counting, tracing, vocabulary, and colors. I do this activity with my lowest level morning group. We store it in a page protector on our main board with magnets on the back so we can easily take it off to bring to the table.  We store the reference page right next to it!

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

Daily Leveled Work: Level 2

My next level – Level 2 – focuses on more academic tasks but in a concrete and straightforward way. My guys who work on this do so independently. We worked on it for two weeks together and then I faded it to independent work. We correct it together when we come together for morning meeting. I store it in this standing page protector.

The Autism Helper

Daily Leveled Work: Level 3

Level 3 runs similar to level 2. The students complete this advanced level task on their own and we briefly review during reading groups. Students alternate between daily work on a computer activity so students can all fit on one table together when completing this task.

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I’ll be sharing more accommodations and suggestion of use for this mega product! I’d love to hear your ideas, too! 🙂

15 Comments

  1. Amazing! Thank you! Do you have any exciting discount codes coming up by chance? I have over $100 of products in my TPT cart from you and I’m itching to purchase 🙂

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  2. I love this! I even project it on my smart board. I use it to assess students generalization of skills that they have learned in discrete trial.

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  3. I purchased the lower level packet and I love it. My class is a k-2 class it works great for independent work station. I don’t have to worry about planning an activity each week- it is already prepared and ready to go! Thank you so much for all your hard work.

    Just curious where did you get the blue tri-fold pocket stand you are using to display the guided sheet?

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  4. Probably not until November when TpT does their big sale!

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  5. Love projecting it on a smart board! One of my clients does that too!

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  6. So happy you like it! I actually have no idea! I will brainstorm to think about where I got it!

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  7. I love this resource! I use it daily (ha!) for my independent work stations for my higher kids. They love the pictures and the routine!

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  8. I project it on a screen and it is a part of our morning meeting. General education peer tutors lead the discussion. Several of my students use AAC devices, so I love all of the questions for them to practice answering on their device. This has been amazing!!!!

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  9. I use level one at a desk station as morning work and I use level three for whole group to get everyone refocused after recess. I love all of your resources. I only have one autistic student but they work great in my resource room for my mixed levels and disabilities.

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  10. LOVE the idea of projecting it! We have been using our AAC devices too! Works perfectly!

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  11. So great to hear!

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  12. Can you tell me what the student is required to do on the level 1 worksheet?

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  13. Level 1 focuses on basic skills such as counting, number identification, color identification, visual performance, and writing. Students copy two words (5 times each) (for lower students I write the words in high lighter on their page to trace), count objects and circle the correct answer (higher kids write the number word also), color a circle matching color (higher kids write color word also), and copy a picture twice (allowing for error correction). Hope this helps! 🙂

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  14. Could you please provide an answer key for the word scramble section of Daily Leveled Work: Level 3? Thanks!

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  15. I can definitely do that! There isn’t one correct answer per set – you don’t need to use all of the letters. So the students can list as many words using any combo of any of those letters. But I will add an answer key also 🙂

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