Roots Assessment 6
(To follow Lesson 25)

 

Separate children so that each works independently. Give each a sheet of ruled paper, folded in four vertical sections. Dictate the following words, making sure that each child places words in the proper grids (working across the page):

zest You have a lot of zest. You have a lot of energy.
box You may keep your toys in a box.
dusk Dusk is the time of day just after sunset.
gift You can take a gift to a sick friend.
bond This glue will bond the two pieces of wood together.
sulk To sulk is to be moody.
wink I saw you wink your eye.
camp There are many tents at the camp.
quilt A quilt is a bedcover made from many different pieces of fabric.
hump A camel has at least one hump, sometimes two.
junk We sometimes call unnecessary things junk.
belt Your belt will help you keep your pants or skirt in place.
yelp I heard the dog yelp.
raft The log raft floated down the river.
vent A vent is an opening through which air can pass such as a vent on a clothes dryer.
bulk Bulk means a large amount. You can buy peanuts in bulk rather than in packages.
lost I lost my game so I could not play.
hand Your hand is a part of your body.
vex Vex means to make angry. Don't vex me!
Jim Jim is my friend.
quick Jack be nimble; Jack be quick!
Bob Bob is a nickname for Robert.
Deb Deb is a nickname for Debra or Deborah.
Nan I have a friend named Nan.

 

Make a copy of the Portfolio Record Sheet for each child. Collect children's papers and assess according to portfolio record. Staple assessment record to child's paper and insert into portfolio.

 


 

Portfolio Record Sheet
Assessment 6

 

Name ____________________________Date _______

 

Word List: zest box dusk gift
  bond sulk wink camp
  quilt hump junk belt
  yelp raft vent bulk
  lost hand vex Jim
  quick Bob Deb Nan

 

Number of words spelled correctly (24) _______


Used appropriate vowel:

a (4) _____ e (6) _____ i (5) _____ o (4) _____ u (5) _____


Capitalized names:

Jim _____ Bob _____ Deb _____ Nan _____

 

Used phoneme segmentation skills to create appropriate ending blends:

st (2) _____ nk (2) _____ ft (2) _____ nd (2) _____ mp (2) _____

lt (2) _____ lp (1) _____ nt (1) _____ lk (2) _____

 

Used appropriate ending: x (2) _____ ck (1) _____


Printed correct letter forms for (Circle letters where problems occurred):

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z



Guideline use: Excellent Good Fair Poor

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