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My local school district sent out a list of things that they would like to see in-coming kindergarten students master pre-k. So, I've turned...
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Marlene Guclu saved to Projects to Try
FREE Kindergarten Goals and Standards Charts - Perfect for leadership and data binders in the classroom - use for incentives and report cards - end of the school year goals for kindergarten #kindergarten #kindergartengoals #databinder
Creative Literacy saved to Kindergarten
The Studio Habits of Mind (SHOM) can be a phenomenal framework for organizing your Student Learning Outcomes, daily targets, essential questions, and more! Whether you teach from local or National Sta
Kris Gilman saved to Art Assessments
Kaylee: Each grade's assessment report card would have different benchmarks, but here is a Kindergarten example.
In order to get ahead of the game, I decided to redesign our fall and spring checklists for Pre-K. Our old format led parents to believe we just filled in the information ourselves and didn't ask the students the information. So this time I chose to include the words "I can." Hopefully that will let them know that their child identified the information. If you would like a copy, click here. Spring Checklist Fall Checklist We use work sampling online to assess our students. If you are not…
Kasey Cerny saved to Teaching: Special Ed
Description This bright 14 page kit includes 2 separate sets of scales to display in your classroom. One set has a four-point scale (4, 3, 2, and 1). The second set has a five-point scale (4, 3, 2, 1, and 0). Choose the set that fits the requirements of your school or the needs of your class. You can display the scale on your wall, bulletin board, whiteboard, etc. I post mine right on my whiteboard because we use them so often. The scales are kid-friendly and use hand symbols to represent…
Mrs. Gilchrist's Class saved to First Grade Ideas
Assessment can be difficult for both teachers and students, depending on how it’s done. Here’s a super simple little trick for assessment that I call Hop Across the Pond. It can be used for a lot of different things, but I use it mostly for assessment of students’ sight word knowledge. I used to ask […]
Chrystal Yoas saved to School
My principal has always been very high on most things Marzano. In fact my first year with him, he gave each teacher Classroom Instruction that Works by Dr. Marzano. I haven’t exactly read the Marzano
Carrie Latzke saved to math
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My Info saved to homeschool