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  • Kathy Hartung

    beginning of the year activity - kids write their goals for the year as they are reaching for the stars.

  • Shannon Dawson

    Reach for the stars bulletin board idea- writing specific behaviors or expectations on the arms or goals they have for the school year

  • Jen Kiel

    Reach for the stars- kids can write their goals on their hand at the start of the school year, or new years.

  • Kim Shadowens

    Classroom display inspiration for the new school year - TES Primary - Blog - TES Primary - TES Community

  • Jennifer Rindfleisch-Paczkowski

    Goal Setting- Reach for the Stars! Students Trace Arms/Hands Decorate and Write Goal for Year on Arm to Put on Poster with Stars

  • Mallori Abner

    Reach for the stars- kids can write their goals on their hand. Great bulletin board idea for New Year Resolutions!

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