This free file features a student learning self-reflection, great for inclusion in a portfolio or to initiate student-led conferences.It includes space for students to reflect on things they do well and things they need to work on in reading, writing, and math, as well as effort and behavior.This file is not editable.Clip art by Melonheadz and Bubbly Borders and More.Thanks for downloading!
This skill goal sheet is a two page resource that is a fun and very visual way for the kids to see what second grade skills they have mastered. There is one sheet for ELA and one sheet for math. When a skill has been mastered, the child can put a sticker in the box.
When students are engaged in solving hands-on math problems in context, sometimes they forget they're doing math. They’re moving, talking, and having fun. And in the end, it’s the teachers job to host a reflective discussion that helps students realize that they just tackled a complex math challenge. That last reflection component is the key to resetting kids’ math mindset. http://www.elementarymathconsultant.com/reset-math-mindsets/
Looking for a way to build test prep into your routine? A daily math spiral review is a perfect solution! Ideal for homework or morning work, your students will master core standard by practicing the strategies you've taught them again and again. From word problems to place value, its all here. Plus these activities prompt students to reflect on their math strategies and learning. Stop spending weeks on test review & start a spiral review routine in your classroom. For 3rd, 4th, & 5th…