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Notepad - Small Group Math Documentation

The BERTEAU & Co. Math - Small Group Documentation Notepad is perfect for keeping records of what your students are working on during your small group instruction! 

We all know the importance of keeping good documentation to show the progress our students are making throughout the year, and this notepad can help you do just that! Keep it handy by your teacher table, so you are ready to document it all! 

We recommend tearing the pages out, hole punching them and keeping them in a binder for future reference! 

Product Details

  • 50 sheet notepad with cardboard backing
  • 70 lb. paper
  • Printed in full color.
  • Sections of the Notepad:
    • Student Names
    • Today's Date
    • Area of Focus
    • Goal/Objective
    • Observations
  • Area of Focus includes:
    • Comparing and Ordering
    • Counting
    • Estimation
    • Geometric Figures
    • Math Computation
    • Measurement
    • Number Identification
    • Patterning
    • Problem Solving
    • Reteach
    • Test Prep
    • Whole Numbers/Fractions
    • 2 Blank spaces for additional options

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Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Annaliese Cope
Perfect for Observations

I use this when I’m planning my small groups. Both of my administrators have made comments about how much they like them when they come in for my observations. It will be a staple in my classroom for years to come.

Amanda Poling
Amazing product

These will help me so much with my guided math groups and my different grade levels to keep their needs separated and organized.

sara alrumaizan
Data driven instruction

I love this. I am making a sheet for each student in a data notebook. I am a special ed teacher and this is great to show to parents or meetings about the student.


All the producers were beautiful.


This is a nice way to record small group documentation. I’ve been doing reading small groups for years, but making math groups happen more regularly is a newer thing, to me. I pulled for various skills as needed based on observation or tests, but am trying to do it more regularly (and intentionally) this school year.

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