Visual goal cards designed to help even the youngest students take ownership over their speech and language goals.
Ideas for use:
-Create goal tags for each student. Print, laminate, and place on a binder ring with the specific goals for each student. At the beginning and/or end of each session have students flip through goal tags to discuss their progress in each area.
-Create goal strips. Print out student’s specific goals and glue to a goal strip with student’s name (e.g., “Brittney is working on:”). Laminate the goal strips for durability.
-Create a daily learning target board. Print the last page in this packet and either laminate or place inside of a frame. Print at least one copy of each speech/language goal, laminate, cut out, and place velcro on the back of each. Place a velcro dot/strip in each box on the last page in this packet. At the beginning of each session place the goals you will be addressing on the daily learning target. For mixed groups that are addressing multiple goals, I write the student’s name in dry erase marker beside the goal they will be focusing on.