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Kindergarten Report Card Comments - Specific Phrases 200+

Kindergarten Report Card Comments - Specific Phrases 200+
Kindergarten Report Card Comments - Specific Phrases 200+
Kindergarten Report Card Comments - Specific Phrases 200+
Kindergarten Report Card Comments - Specific Phrases 200+
Kindergarten Report Card Comments - Specific Phrases 200+
Kindergarten Report Card Comments - Specific Phrases 200+
Kindergarten Report Card Comments - Specific Phrases 200+
Kindergarten Report Card Comments - Specific Phrases 200+
Product Description
This will save you hours of writing!!!! 200+ phrases on Academics:Reading/Writing and Math, Student Interests, Positive Descriptions, Behaviors, Social Skills

If you are looking for already formed paragraphs to save even more time, my lower priced product, Report Card Comments - Paragraphs will help. I also have a BUNDLE that includes both paragraphs and 200+ Specific Phrases that saves $1.50.

Specific Phrases:
1 - Cover Page
2 - Directions and Use
3 - Starters/Conclusion Sentences
4 - Positive Descriptions
5 - Academics: Reading & Writing (Low/Mid/High)
6 - Academics: Math (Low/Mid/High)
7 - Student Interests
8 - Behaviors
9 - Social Skills

***Examples of Academics: Reading & Writing and Academics: Math - phrases are organized by levels of achievement (low/mid/high).

***Examples of Academics: Reading & Writing:
Low - "Apps on iPads have motivated Ben to learn his letter-sounds. He is proud of his recent accomplishment."
Mid - "He implements some decoding strategies when reading."
High- "His great ideas are expressed in his writing and he has shown ability to use a graphic organizer to write."

***Examples of Academics: Math
Low - "He is learning to skip count by 10s and by 5s. He should organize items (cereal, crayons, pennies) into groups of 10s or 5s to practice at home."
Mid - "He is beginning to understand addition and subtraction concepts."
High - "He is a quick learner and applies his knowledge of mathematics in real life situations."

***Example of Student Interests:
"Carter enjoyed learning about pumpkins and counting the seeds by 10s."


***Example of Behavior Phrases:
"Sitting in a cube chair during circle time has helped Evan’s participation and behavior during stories and whole group instruction."
"Visiting the sensory room throughout the day has provided Finn with breaks in his day. His behaviors have decreased."

***Example of Social Skills Phrases:
"Laura is still learning how to use social cues from her peers to know how to respond appropriately to them."
"Ben seems comfortable in new situations and adapts to new routines quickly."
Total Pages
10 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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