Notepad - Small Group Reading Documentation

The BERTEAU & Co. Reading - Small Group Documentation Notepad is perfect for keeping records of what your students are accomplishing 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:
    • Comprehension
    • Fluency
    • Language
    • Phonemic Awareness
    • Phonics
    • Reteach
    • Test Prep
    • Vocabulary
    • Word Work
    • Blank Space for additional option

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Love it!!

I am a Reading Intervention teacher at 2 sites. 9 groups of students at each site. This notepad keeps me so organized and helps me keep up with my documentation during and after the lessons. Highly recommend!!

Perfect for reading intervention

I teach reading intervention to children from different classrooms in my school. This notepad has been a game changer for me. I can record my lesson documentation for myself and make a copy for the classroom teachers. It has been a perfect tool for me. Thanks for a great resource.


The days of struggling with small group plans are over. I now have everything I need in one place. I’m so glad to have been introduced to your line of notepads while attending GYTO.

Game Changer

This small group notepad and the math notepad have absolutely maximized my small group data. It keeps me focused, it gives me a place to plan and record data all in one place. I hole punched them and keep them in a binder with sticky notes on them. That way when I come back to the same topic next year, I have an idea of what I did and I know what worked and what didn't. For sure will be ordering more when the time comes!

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