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from the huge report card comments collection
10 Reading and Writing Comments Use these comments to report student achievement in areas of Reading, and Writing.
10 Language Comments This free download contains report comments in the following areas: Oral Communication, Proofreading and Editing, Writing Process, Spelling, and also Reading Comprehension.
6 Math Comments Six free math comments that can help you report in areas of Math Problem Solving, General Mathematics Comments and Number Sense and Numeration.
6 Behavior Comments Find here 6 free comments to be used for reporting on your students’, Effort and Motivation, Class Behaviors Necessary for Success’, and Accepting Responsibility for Own Behavior.
6 Science Comments Several general report comments to use as you report student achievement in area of science.
6 Spelling Comments This is a sample of comments that belong to a 5 page long collection of additional spelling comments that are included in the Report Card Comments collection.
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Never Give Up! inspirational poster that can be pasted in front of teacher’s desk, top of the blackboard etc., encouraging and reminding students to keep going, working hard and ‘never give up’. My students loved it!
Essay Rubric this carefully designed rubric makes essay marking easy! Different levels of achievement are described and even converted into grades and specific percentages. Space below the rubric is made available for additional teacher comments. Parents love seeing their child’s work marked this way! (See the rest of the pages at: “Essay Writing Kit”)
9 Keys to Effective Discipline expert advice from parents of LifeMinders family (2 Pages, excellent
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How to be an Organized Teacher quick set of tips and instructions for teachers on how to become and stay organized in the classroom.
Responsibility Inventory set of 12 questions that may be given to students for filling out. This printable resource provides great insights into individual student learning habits.

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