Use these target sheets during individual learning or “target time” to help students understand what choices they have to practice their skills, and have a visual of when they should take an assessment. This is just one version, and the version that works best for me, but I left it editable so that you can change it to work best for you if needed.
Teacher: take pictures of the choices, put all the choices in a bucket, add the pictures to the target sheet, give each child only one target sheet at a time.
Student: practice a choice from the paper, color in ONE smiley face per day, per choice as they are used. When one choice is colored in all three times this means the child has practiced that choice three days. They can give you their sheet at this time, to indicate they are ready for the assessment. If they pass the assessment you can start them on a new learning target and a new sheet. If they do not pass the assessment write the date and the score and what needs to be worked on in the box in the upper right corner and have them choose a new choice to practice 3 times. They can try the assessment over once they practice a new choice 3 times. It may sound complex but once it is up and running it worked WONDERFULLY for individualization.