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Writing for Daily Goal Setting for Kindergarten, First Grade, Second Grade, and Special Education.
With a wide variety of visuals and borders, Daily Goal Writing has never been easier for your students! Set 1 includes 78 pages of both color and black and white (for easy coloring) for some extra fine motor practice. Whether it is a simple, short goal or one in more involved, your students will learn the importance of setting goals for themselves. For some, it may be a social goal, such as saying "hi" and initiating a brief conversation with a peer. It can also be academic, such as reading two more pages in a book that day. At the end of the day your students can graph their success by indicating with green or red crayon if they have achieved that daily goal or not. At the end of the week, they can see how many goals they met...goals that THEY set for THEMSELVES! This activity worked extremely well in my Special Education classroom and the kids really learned about setting goals for themselves.
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