These useful assessment sheets are a great way for young children to become involved in their learning and be aware of their next steps by colouring a star once the target has been achieved. Can be edited to suit any subject.
This resource is intended to be used to give children feedback on their extended writing and set them targets to move forward to the next stage. I have chosen stages so as not to be confused with 'levels'. Also, the front page gives a cross-reference to the year group expectations.
The easiest way to use them is to copy 8-10 sheets, staple them down the left-hand side, then cut through all sheets to make strips you can tear/cut off and attach to work.
These are not intended as a 'tick list' assessment, but rather stages of improvement which might help to get our children to where they need to be.
Please review this resource if you download it. Thank you : )
I complete these trackers each time i complete the FSP so i can see how the children are progressing and if there are any progressing much more quickly ot much slower than others. Topics also included: paperwork; assessment.
These are trackers for the Mathematical Development area of the FSP that I tick off if I see a child doing something when I am not making observations, usually dating so that I can use the sheets when completing the e-profile. I find them useful, hope others will too.