Monday, March 11, 2013

Anchor Charts: Reading and Writing Goals

If you have read many of my blog posts, you would know that I really love lamination+vis a vis markers! I think this obsession is because I used to work in a school without a laminator. My current school is very generous with our laminator and I am SO GRATEFUL! Anyway, how about these two awesome reading and writing goal posters created by one of my teaching inspirations who is in the classroom down the hall...

I think it is PERFECT because she can easily modify the group goals using the vis-a-vis marker. Those little "pencils" on the right have students names on them. She is able to move those around using velcro so that the students have a little reminder of what to focus on. 

(Some people have asked me what the bottom goal said.
It says, "Other: Getting started right away, reading the whole time.")
Love it! What do you use to keep your students on individually moving forward in reading and writing?


Ashley BBZ said...

LOVE the idea of having the kids make their goals public, and grouping them by category. I just spent the day at a Lucy Calkins workshop, and while I do set goals with my kids, she made me want to make it MUCH more uniform and consistent during our writing conferences. I'm thinking about how I can use Avery labels to write our goals on their writing charts and in my own notebook. Hmm... Anyway, this is a GREAT idea and and is a public (and fun!) way to share!

karen said...

Totally had to pin these because they are SUCH a great idea and so visually appealing! I just started goal setting with my kinders (for writing) a few weeks ago. They love reminding me of their goals :)
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Alexander Andreas said...

It's really beautiful work.Thanks for this kind of stuff.I mean I am totally impressed. Hope to see more updated work here. I have to say, it is very informative.
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Dina Nunez said...

I love your goal bulletin boards. Would you tell me what the last reading goal reads. I can't quite see it on the picture. Thank you so much for sharing this! :)

L said...

Yes, I too would like to know the last, or if there is more than one not showing what they are. Thanks. This is really a great idea.

Dawn Fulcer said...

I would be interested in seeing what the last reading goal was as well. Thanks!

room seven said...

Hey there, can anyone tell me what the last goal is for the reading goals chart? I can't see it because it's cut off on the picture. Thanks very much :-)

Alyssha Swanson said...

@room seven. I just found the original photo! It says, "Other: Getting started right away, reading the whole time.)"

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