Today's blog post--about WHY we set reading goals...and what KINDS of reading goals we set.    There is much more to this than meets the eye...

"Me as a Reader"...a reading goal project

Here is a great way to organize individual reading goals for your students. This goal sheet has a build in rubric for the teacher or student to use to track progress. It can be used during Cafe' conferencing, guided reading groups, or after administering a running record.

Here is a great way to organize individual reading goals for your students. This goal sheet has a build in rubric for the teacher or student to use.

Reading Goal Cards for Kindergarten, First Grade and Second Grade. Includes 28 different goals as well as a wall chart for display.

Reading Goals - Lower Grades

LOVE these two anchor charts...one for reading and one for writing!

Teaching and Tapas: Grade in Spain: Anchor Charts: Reading and Writing Goals -- What a great idea! Love Teaching and Tapas.

Goal Getters - goal setting display idea | Sparkles, Smiles, and Successful Students | Bloglovin’

Goal Getters - goal setting display idea (Sparkles, Smiles, and Successful Students)

Reading Goal Setting Printables - These are perfect for student goal setting in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade! The size is good for readers response notebooks.

Reading Goals: Fluency, Stamina, Level, Comprehension, Individual Needs

Reading Goal Setting Printables - These are perfect for student goal setting in and grade! The size is good for readers response notebooks.

Differentiation in Reading - Goal-Setting Clip Chart so students can keep track of their individual goals - perfect for accountability.

Differentiation in Writing - Goal-Setting Clip Chart

Overall goals are a great way to build student accountability for cooperative learning tasks.

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