The easyCBM BOY, MOY and EOY assessments provide a structure to learning in the classroom. The assessments reconfigure student work groups and curriculum expectations throughout the school year. The integration of the first grade easyCBM assessments throughout the year are an integral component to student learning and academic growth.
Exemplar of First Grade easyCBM Assessment BOY, MOY, and EOY
The easyCBM assessment is formatted into three sections, each providing a measurement for individual reading skills. This allows me as a teacher to easily communicate the three areas important for developing foundational reading skills to students and families. In addition, to targeting problematic skill growth over time automatically because each is an individualized assessment focusing solely on one skill at a time. This allows me to organize growth throughout the year, as it relates to each individual foundational reading skill.
easyCBM Individual Reading Skill Assessments
The first grade easyCBM assessment has three benchmark windows, Fall benchmark (BOY), Winter benchmark (MOY), and Spring benchmark (EOY). Each assessment measures foundational reading skills, including, letter sounds, word reading fluency, phoneme segmenting and passage reading fluency. EasyCBM provides each teacher with a general student copy and an assessor copy. The assessor copy is used to record student's results, which we input into the easyCBM online portal to generate a report of reading skill readiness or risk classification. To access each individual reading skill assessments in each testing window, including easyCBM BOY, easyCBM MOY, and easyCBM EOY click on the links provided below.