Making Goals (An Interactive Bulletin Board and Goal Recoding Sheets)

Making Goals (An Interactive Bulletin Board and Goal Recoding Sheets)
Making Goals (An Interactive Bulletin Board and Goal Recoding Sheets)
Making Goals (An Interactive Bulletin Board and Goal Recoding Sheets)
Making Goals (An Interactive Bulletin Board and Goal Recoding Sheets)
Making Goals (An Interactive Bulletin Board and Goal Recoding Sheets)
Making Goals (An Interactive Bulletin Board and Goal Recoding Sheets)
Making Goals (An Interactive Bulletin Board and Goal Recoding Sheets)
Making Goals (An Interactive Bulletin Board and Goal Recoding Sheets)
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Included in this Product:
Bulletin Board Letters to spell "We're Goal Oriented"
Right-facing Goal
Left-facing Goal
Soccer balls (numbered 1-32)
7 Goal Sheets (Reading and Math, Organization and Friendship, Spelling and Writing, Science and Social Studies, Behavior and Handwriting, and 2 nondescript goal sheets)


Suggested Use:

Bulletin Board:
Print out the letters, goals, and soccer balls- laminating will help them last longer! I use 4 goals in my third grade classroom, but print put as many (or as few) as you'd like to meet the needs of your students. Use wet-erase markers to write a class target on each laminated goal. Either develop objectives for your students, or create them together as a class. Assign each of your students a number. They will use the soccer ball with their number to choose the goal they'll be working toward. I have my class goals on a magnetic surface in my classroom, so I attached a magnet to the back of each student's soccer ball. Push pins, velcro and sticky tack are other options to consider. Switch and choose class goals as often as you see fit. Keeping this display in your classroom will be a helpful reminder for your class to keep working towards their goals!

Goal Recording Sheets:
Print out the Goal Recording Sheets for students to write the goals of their choice along with their plans to reach them. Set new goals at the beginning of each marking period, or often as your class needs. Goal sheets can be kept in data binders, work folders, or student portfolios. They can also be used as a valuable tool during parent and student-led conferences.

If you love the clipart and borders used in this product, head over to: Creative Clips by Krista Wallden
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