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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Kindergarten Report Cards

This week I am ALL ABOUT REPORT CARDS, which in my district are five pages long for kindergarten.


How long are yours? Share in comments!

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10 comments:

  1. WOW! Ours are 1 page...YOURS gives much MORE information to parents. Not sure of the time necessary to complete is....necessary for each student. Congrats to YOU for all the hard work! Wendy 1stgradefireworks 1stgradefireworks

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    1. Thanks for sharing that. I'm going to keep a little informal tally of the number of pages. It will be interesting to see what teachers say. Kathleen

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  2. Yes, I understand long report cards. Ours are so long that I don't even think parents look through all the pages to get to the comments!
    Teaching with a Twist

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    1. Ah-ha, another in my boat. Thanks for sharing. kathleen

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  3. Wow! 5 pages. Ours are still 2 pages in grade 3, but we just switched to a standards-based report card. I need to do report cards in a couple of weeks, and I feel like I'm not sure where to start! It's a big switch.
    Jan
    Laughter and Consistency

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    1. At least for me one thing is always the same... that report cards change at least a bit each year. Thanks for sharing. Kathleen

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  4. Oooh My, 5 pages. Our's is 1 page front/back, with CCSS. I am working on them this week and we have conferences next. Kudos to you for getting all those pages done.

    ~Laura
    Luv My Kinders

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    1. Not done yet, though I can finally say, almost! Thanks for sharing your answer. It will be interesting to see what most say. Kathleen

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  5. Ours are one page front/back, CCSS based in 2nd. In previous years our K cards were multiple pages, but never 5! Kudos to you!!

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    1. Thanks, Kacie. Yep, when you do all the assessments and get the scores recorded you feel you've really DONE something :P Thanks for stopping by! Kathleen

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