Add this visual to your classroom so the students can understand their grades.
I have added text to explain what each grade they receive means.
I have included both the 90-100 scale and the 93-100 scale. If you need something different, please let
Bring a sense of community in your classroom with these positive notes!
Use these notes a variety of ways.
1. Pass out at random.
2. Have students write these to each other.
3. However you choose to incorporate them into your classroom!
I've created a weekly Reading Journal to hold kids accountable for their reading during Independent Reading time.
It gives the students freedom to pick 3 of the 5 days of the week, so they have some flexibility.
It includes title, summary,
Use these labels for the tabs in an accordion file to separate sections.
You could also print on sticker paper and stick them on instead of sliding in.
Adding them to notebooks would also be a great idea!!
Lots of possibilities!!
Do you find yourself repeating instructions throughout the day? Repeating Rhonda is here to stay!!!
Use her as an incentive to NOT earn tally marks! Only add the tally marks when you are having to repeat yourself.
If her tally box stays empty,