Goal setting has long proven an effective learning strategy. Originally created to used for progress monitoring Fry sight word goals, it certainly will work for multiple applications. So, whether students are learning sight words, math facts, or trying to reach other goals, bring some fun into the classroom and let them “Fry up” some goals. This would even be a fun, non-traditional way to have students write New Years’ Resolutions.
Assemble to french fry containers, then they write a goal on each french fry. Once the goal is reached, it goes into the container. It makes a great bulletin board to track data in the classroom. This item is perfect for all ages, and comes with two sizes of fries- skinny and thick- to accommodate even those students who are learning to write.