Kindergarten Writing Goals Chart. Grab this free Writers workshop goal chart and see student examples from my kindergarten classroom.
Is this you? You start off the first part of the year, letting your students “explore” skills, but as the summer months approach, you are starting to feel the threads of panic. I am looking for evidence of mastery!
For the majority of my class, we are swimming along quite nicely in writing. They have exceeded our grade level expectations and we are right where we want to be. However, if I am being honest, there are a few that I feel like I need to clasp their hand and pull them through towards proficiency. Am I the only one?
I shared this chart with you a few weeks back. We are still using it, but I added these goal images to the bottom of their writing paper.
We started it this week, so here is a writing sample.
I am pleased to say that I have noticed a heightened awareness among all of my writers.
You can find this paper and the anchor chart at the bottom of this blog post.
WANTING MORE ON WRITING?
Since I LOVE talking about writing, I have a few (dozen) blog posts about writing.
- Writing Folder Organization FREE file!
- 5 Things You Need to Know About Writing
- Writers Workshop: Second Week of Kindergarten
- Or HERE to read them all
LOOKING FOR PRINT AND TEACH WRITING LESSONS?
Deanna Jump and I have created simple, yet powerful daily lesson plans to teach writers workshop. We have taken the guesswork out of your instruction.
Each unit is carefully planned out.
And it walks you through each day’s lesson.
You can shop our writing curriculum below:
- Writing Writers Workshop: Writing Through the Year K-1 Bundle
- Writing Writers Workshop: Writing Through the Year 2nd Grade Units
Writing Goals and Paper Free File
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