iReady Reading Class Profile Report
iReady Reading Analysis
Strengths According the reading iReady assessment students are doing best with Comprehension: Literature. Fourteen students (approximately 78 %) are on or above grade level and three students (approximately 16 %) are less than one level below for this skill. The Comprehension: Literature portion of the iReady assessment examines students ability to “engage closely and actively with details of both literary and informational text” (iReady 2017). The teacher actions or instructional strategies that have most likely impacted my students positively is the infusion of reading comprehension skills in each reading we complete as a class, illustrating to students that texts have meaning (close reading). As a teacher, I am advised by administration to focus on reading comprehension because this is a main component of the Kindergarten students’ upcoming PARCC assessment in 3rd grade. Additionally, the speech therapist comes in each week to teach a lesson with “Brady” the character who has all the additional components of the story attached to him, including setting, the kickoff, the main idea of the story, etc. Both instructional strategies combined with our extensive conversation about texts explored have impacted my students positively in developing an ability to analyze texts read. Weaknesses According to the iReady ELA assessment the students are not performing well on phonics, 9 students (50 %) are on or above grade level and 8 students (44 %) are less than one level below grade level for the skill. The phonics subtest “measures how accurately children decode written words, or match sounds to letters” (iReady 2017). The teacher actions or instructional strategies that have most likely impacted my students is a lack of emphasis of phonics in the classroom outside of the daily curriculum lessons from Foundations. During each students, daily Kindergarten schedule each student engages with phonics for 15 minutes out of his or her day and then is expected to apply his or her learned knowledge to other activities during the working and learning day. The emphasis for learning how to read is based on sightword comprehension and majority of the literary centers are sightword centers. Moving forward, it will be important to add phonics centers to the centers time to allow students to apply the learned knowledge freely to increase students' overall performance in decoding written words and matching sounds to letters. 
iReady Math Class Profile Report
iReady Math Analysis
Strengths According to the data tracker, students are doing well on the Geometry standard, 10 students (55%) are on or above grade level and 8 students (55%) are less than one level below grade level on this skill. Geometry is “categorizing shapes by attributes” (iReady 2017). Geometry is the first math module, I taught to the Kindergarten class following my transition to Kindergarten. I followed the curriculum to completion. Additionally, during our new learning we often review shapes, students in the classroom often pride themselves as shape detectives searching for shapes in our learning and materials presented. Therefore, students constantly have practice exploring skills of Geometry. Weaknesses Looking at my data tracker the standard or skill my students are not performing well on is number and operations, 7 students (38%) are on or above grade level and 11 students (61%) are below grade level for this skill. Numbers and operations is “representing, comparing and performing operations with numbers” (iReady 2017). Math instruction is an hour of each working and learning day and literacy instruction is from 8: 00 am – 9: 40 am and 10: 20 am – 11: 00 am. In my Kindergarten classroom, there is an emphasis on literacy skills because I know mathematic skills are easier to learn than literary skills. However, I am concerned the emphasis has created a discrepancy in my ELA & Math iReady data. Consequently, moving forward it will be important to provide more time for students to explore and learn about math concepts to develop skills, which students’ overall performance did not reflect grade level expectations. 
iReady Reading Parent Report

iReady Math Parent Report
