Use this handy target card to record when and what the child has achieved - to record activities for two targets.
I have small 'smiley&' stickers that the child can choose to put against each achievement. When the card is full I set the next target.
Print page one onto coloured card. Turn the card over and print page two. Cut out, fold and the card is ready to use! Fully editable.
This can be used by the teacher and support assistant to record desired learning outcomes and make formalised notes of progress and adaptations.
I used these so that every pupil in a class had at least one of these during a school year. This evidenced that each one received some personalised learning. Updated for the new NC maths.
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Here is an Individual Target Tracker sheet I stick into the front of my student's ex. books.
I get my classes to regularly set themselves targets based on my markings and feedback I put in their books.
I then sign off their targets once they have evidence to prove where they have met them.
I reward my classes when they have reached a target they have set themselves.
This is a two day plan and resources for Y4 (2 sets) classes on finding line symmetry in polygons. On the planning the teacher with the initials JW is the higher set and the GP was the lower set of mathematicians!!!
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Science investigation booklet - I have used this one with great success for a hot and cold experiment with different materials. It is editable though so can be used as a template! Hope it helps! Investigation Journal template - Thermal insulators Appropriate for Early Childhood Education (Pre-K and younger). ECE-SC, ECE-SC-na
This was obviously for my class, but you can easily change the names to the children in your class, as well as changing the labels on the carroll diagram to find out different things.\n\nI printed out the various differentiated carroll diagrams for the children to work on.\n\nHope it helps, and please leave feedback to let me know what you think!