Download the **PREVIEW** here to get a look inside.

This library of progress monitor math assessments makes collecting data on IEP goals simple.

And once you have the data, you’ll **save tons of time writing progress reports** using the template statement for each skill!

You can use these assessments **with any math curriculum**.

They are appropriate for special education students of any age.

With a full answer key and clear record sheet, they are **easy for paraeducators to administer and score**.

Students can help track their own data by filling in a graph and setting a goal for “next time”.

**Multiple assessments per skill** give you flexibility—need probes for 3 trials? 5? You’re covered.

Short 1-page probes can be used for:

- Data collection for IEP goals and objectives
- Data collection for RTI (Response to Intervention)
- Review and spaced practice
- Math portfolios
- Homework
- Or combine them to make longer assessments

What you don’t use for progress monitoring **can be used for spaced review**. Unlike spiral review sheets, you can target one skill at a time—focus only on what you choose.

Assessments cover counting, number sense, place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, word problems (including multi-step word problems), shapes, money, time, perimeter, area, and volume.

Yes! This includes a bank of word problems. **300 word problems** to be exact. Each has two versions: One with visual supports and steps, and one without.

In this PDF download, you’ll get 2,000+ pages of assessments, record sheets and answer keys.

There’s no software, no subscriptions, just a simple tool for collecting data year after year in your classroom.

These **160+ skills** were chosen because they are fundamental math skills that are found across Common Core State Standards, TEKS, and Florida’s BEST.

This Math Progress Monitor K-5 Bundle **Includes:**

- 160+ skills
- 5 forms per skill
- 1 record sheet per skill
- 1 progress report statement template per skill
- 300 word problems (12 per problem type)
- 3 graph options

Find out if this is a good fit for your classroom--**Download the preview for a complete list of every skill organized by grade level**.