I came up with something that will work for me. I made a heading for my music class, made labels for each grade and at the moment, am making I can statements using a free font named Schoolhouse Print. I got it from Pinterest. At the moment, I can't find it again. I might try using one of those white strips that you make big print on, laminating it and writing on it with write on wipe off markers. If I can store these strips, this could work. It might be too much effort, but it looks nice. This is not the best picture, but you'll get the idea. Also, I was working on getting a working chart, so I just got some ideas from random review lessons for each grade. I have two extra special education classes, thus the extra two names. Get my header and class numbers for FREE HERE.
I have also included a second grade lesson plan (beginning of 2nd grade, so it is review) with targets for each activity, as well as the targets to print out. I only have room at this point to put one target per lesson for each grade, but I will tell the kid what my target is for each part.
Get my target header, grade level #'s, plus a sample (review) 2nd grade
lesson with targets to print out Here.
Evaluation of each target
They want us to evaluate each target. Most of it will be visual. I made a learning target card that I will laminate. It is two sided so you just fold it in half after you cut it out, and then glue it together. Kids will use vis a vie markers and will show it to me so I can see if they "got" it.
Learning Target Exit Question Card
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