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6 posters that feature learning skill criteria for the Ontario report card in kid-friendly language. Teachers can use the posters to feature each ...

HERE TEACHERS: Report card comment bank for learning skills... why reinvent the wheel

Classroom management...Kiddos always need reminders about how to line up. Love the idea of a "4S line"

Learning Skills Rubric & Report Card Comment Freebie

$ Report Card Comments Labels with Sample Comments - 40 Labels - Use this template to type in your report card comments about your students. It can be printed on Avery Labels, or you can print it on paper, cut and glue stick onto report cards. Let the sample report card comments inspire you to craft a unique comment for every student in your class. The first sheet was written originally for K and the second sheet for 1st grade, but can be adjusted to most primary grade levels.

Time for progress reports: Learning Skills Self-Assessment Questionnaire - Grades 2-4 $2

Every classroom library needs to have Reading Genre Posters! Each of these 10 FREE posters have pictures that correspond to the definition of each genre.

6 rubrics for learning skills based on the Ontario Curriculum! $ A rubric for each skill! Makes it much easier when writing report card comments.

These Grade 6 Learning Goals are based on the expectations in the Ontario Curriculum. This 406 page document contains 5 separate bundles zipped to...

This is an excerpt from Ontario Social Studies and the Inquiry Process, Grades 1-8 - This document is based on the 2013 revised Ontario S.S. curriculum for grades 1-8 and contains over 100 pages of suggestions for split grades, creating Learning goals, applying Growing Success' Assessment for, as and of learning, organizing yourself through the use of technology, and success criteria for the inquiry-based rich task. Organizers applicable for grades 1-8. TPT $

Support the five conversational skills required of students for 21st century learning: Elaborating Clarifying, Supporting Ideas with Examples, Building On Challenging the Ideas of Others, Paraphrasing, and Synthesizing Ideas. ($)