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Help students reflect on the work they produce. These reflection sheets help build confidence and pride in the work they produce. It prompts them to go the extra step in every assignment to make sure it is their very best.
The prompts are simple yes/no questions with space at the bottom to provide additional details.
Not only does this reflection help students develop strong work habits, but it clues you into their progress in each subject area. This informal data is great for 1:1 conferences with students to improve their skills or to showcase growth during a Parent-Teacher conference.
- 1 Reflection form
- 9 reflection prompt cards for hanging or posting in centers
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