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...
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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. 

Love it! What do you use to keep your students on individually moving forward in reading and writing?




5 comments:

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 :)
Karen
Mrs. Jones’s Kindergarten

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.

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