This fill-in-the-blank form allows school-age children to self-evaluate, but provides space for the teacher to relay messages regarding behavior. This has many open statements to allow for educational or behavioral goals to be addressed as necessary. It has a very positive tone, and includes statements to promote goal-setting.
I have the children fill out the form on Friday (morning or mid-day), then I make my notes and send them home in the afternoon. The "I think you should know..." statement is always fun to read, but the entire form provides great insight into what the kids are thinking and feeling. I am always surprised at how well they evaluate themselves. Whether it is used within school settings or in summer camp/day care environments, it is a great tool that provides a quick way to notify parents of progress or problems.