Boy, do kids love Valentine's Day! My two valentines are 12 and 2. They are my pride and joy:) Of course, I also have a ton of love for my hubby as well. But look how adorable they are! I could just eat them up.
Today my daughter totally blew me away by writing a short story that was amazing. She totally just wrote it for fun because she was inspired by a song. Where does she get this gift? I have NO idea! Definitely not from me. I am so proud to be her mom. On the other hand, my son is sleeping in his own bed for the second night in a row with no tears. I may be on a roll!
So here is a little recap on my valentine comprehension activities. In all honesty, I was totally blown away by my students. I could not have asked them to perform any better. There are a few tweaks that I would still like to make........I always feel like I could make things better. I am not sure if that is a blessing or a curse.
I am so tickled! These are examples of two students who worked accurately and fairly independent! Always a bonus:
Here are examples of my kindergarten comprehension assessments. I did them "one on one" only because I wanted to know what they knew without any influence of their peers. I was super happy with the results. The little guy that I am concerned about did great with the visual supports and is beginning to understand the meaning of story grammar independently. Yay!
Thanks for taking the time to stop by:) I would love to hear your your thoughts and comments!