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ASSESSMENT/TEACHER TIPS
Goal Reminder Creatures

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: Nibley, Utah
Date Submitted: April 15, 2001

Before each parent/teacher conference, I ask my students to think of one or two goals they would like to work on for the next grading period. To help remind them of their goals, I buy the round, fuzzy pom pom balls from the craft store and wiggly eyes. My students then turn them into little furry creatures by attaching the wiggly eyes, and feet and hands made from construction paper. They then write their goal(s) on a slip of paper and attach the slip to the creature. I have all the furry friends sitting on a table when I meet with the parents. They take their creature home that day and put it in a place where they will be reminded in a fun way of what they're working to achieve!

     
 

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