KINDERGARTEN GROSS MOTOR REPORT CARD COMMENTS
has developed fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination
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Report Card Comments & Phrases—General and Handwriting
Use these general and handwriting comments and phrases to ease the report card crunch. Easy to modify and tailor to individual students, and sure to help
needs to practice improving his/her fine motor skills
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Preschool Student Report Cards: What to Say and How to Say It
Motor SkillsLanguage SkillsSocial SkillsCognitive SkillsShowing ProgressReferencesBreak the motor skills section of the report card into two distinct sections: fine motor skills and gross motor skills. Provide a list of possible motor skills that a preschooler may exhibit, as well as three choices for a teacher to check: Mastery, Progressing, and Not Observed. Whenever it is necessary to check off the box labeled “Not Observed”, give the parents a chance to discuss with you whether or not they have seen the child exhibit thiSee more on brighthubeducationAuthor: Kara Bietz
Kindergarten Physical Development Benchmarks
Starting kindergarten at the age of 5 or 6 marks the beginning of your child’s formal schooling. Kindergarteners are still developing both their gross motor skills, which involve whole body movement, and their fine motor skills, which involve the coordination of small muscle movements.
125 Report Card Comments Save You Time! | Education World
AttitudeBehaviorCharacterCommunication SkillsGroup WorkInterests and TalentsParticipationSocial SkillsTime ManagementWork HabitsThe student: 1. is an enthusiastic learner who seems to enjoy school. 2. exhibits a positive outlook and attitude in the classroom. 3. appears well rested and ready for each day's activities. 4. shows enthusiasm for classroom activities. 5. shows initiative and looks for new ways to get involved. 6. uses instincts to deal with matters independently and in a positive way. 7. strives to reach their full potential. 8. is committed to doing their best. 9See more on educationworld
65 Awesome Report Card Comments | Little Learning Corner
65 Awesome Report Card Comments for Kindergarten It's that time of year, friends - time for report cards! For some, Play-doh, puzzles, cutting, and stringing beads are great activities to help with fine motor skills at home. Download apps to practice letters, sight words, and basic math skills.
Kindergarten General Report Card Comments
Kindergarten General Report Card Comments. Complete Kindergarten Report Card Comments Kit - This kit includes complete report card comments for Behavior, English Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies for Kindergartners. Available in word format. Kindergarten - Math Comments. 1. _____ is still unable to count beyond 20.
Love To Teach | Fine and Gross Motor Skills Checklist
This file is a developmental assessment checklist for Infants and Toddlers (birth to 30 months). It includes all areas of Ohio's Early Learning Standards, and has space to be used for three separate assessment periods, so that you can measure growth and development.
COMPILATION OF REPORT COMMENTS FROM the following sources
PDF fileComments • Although there has been some improvement in _____'s attitude toward his schoolwork, it is not consistent. He will need continual guidance from home and school throughout the rest of the year. • This report card is a reflection of _____'s attitude in school. He could