Sunday, April 3, 2011

Goal Setting

Hey Blogger Friends! I hope everyone is having a wonderful Sunday evening. I have a little free time since my little man decided to crash at 6:00!! Poor little boy has a stomach bug:(


I am so excited to have 200 followers!!! Wooooohooooo!!! Thank y'all so much for being a part of my blog!!! Make sure to enter into the "Spring Theme Fun" contest that I'm hosting with Erica Bohrer!!! The contest ends on Saturday, April 9th at midnight. You have 5 chances to win on both blogs!!!


Now onto goal setting!! It's a huge focus at my school. I have seen the wonderful benefits of it in my classroom. It's a life skill that your kiddos will always use! At the beginning of each week, I pass out a behavior and learning goal sheet for my little goal setters to complete. Then they take it home to share with their family. When they bring their goal sheet back to school, you can either display them in your classroom or have them keep it in a safe place! At the end of the week, we discuss whether they met their goal or need to continue working towards it during the following week!


I just gave my learning and behavior goal sheet a much needed makeover and wanted to share it with you. You can click on the picture to download it. It's very simple, but I wanted to keep it short and sweet!!!

FYI- Teachers pay Teachers is giving everyone 10% off of their purchases through April 9th with the coupon code A3F9D. Stop by my store, as well as others to take advantage of this awesome discount!!! I should be done with my "Fun in the Sun Math and Literacy Center Packet" in a few days:) It will include 10 centers that are full of sunshine!!!


I'm finally on Spring Break!! YAY!!! Most of it will be dedicated to grad school work, but I'm okay with not having to juggle it with a full-time job for a week!!! Exciting, huh?!?!?


Hope you have a GREAT week!!!

4 comments:

sailingintofirstgrade said...

Anna,
Your goal setting form is cute. We do one for sight words and it is so complicated! I love how easy yours is to use! THANKS for sharing!
Kim

Mrs. Mc said...

This is great Anna!
And, wow! Weren't you just celebrating 100 followers? Congratulations!!! :-)
~ Mrs. Mc
http://littleliteracylearners.blogspot.com/

Amanda K. said...

We were just talking about this in our PLC! I am going over to TpT right now! Thanks and congrats on 100 followers!

Amanda
thirdgradeexperience.blogspot.com

Lauren Schmoods said...

Thank you so much for this form. I am excited to use this in my class.