Journal Rubrics and a....GIVEAWAY

I am trying SOOOO hard to get around to check journals between reading groups...and believe me with 29 kids it's no easy task.  However I really want to give them immediate, semi quick feedback.  I created a freebie that you can use if you'd like - it looks something like this.  Click first picture below for link.


Here is a picture of it in action stapled to one of my firsties journal pages.



Can you tell I'm in a total hurry between groups - done quickly and moving onto the next one. :o)
I hope it's helpful to you and you are able to use it as well.  Also I have to tell you about an amazing giveaway that I'm lucky enough to be a part of with other very talented TPTers.



Head on over to Creation Castle and enter the rafflecopter to win BIG!
BTW
**TPT** is not allowing uploads at the moment -- so visit back and click on the first picture above for the link for the freebie tomorrow.   { all loaded now :o) }
Goodnight all! { well not really - LOL just moving onto laundry and Amazing Race }

11 comments

  1. Oh, I love this! Perfect for me. Thanks so much for sharing. Missed you at the bloggy get together!

    Kathy
    Coloring Outside The Lines

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  2. I love your journal rubrics. Great way to give feedback! I have let my journals slide here lately and I need to get back to them.

    Heather
    The Busy Busy Hive

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  3. Thank you for the freebie and the sweet comment you left on my blog. I am still trying to figure out how to reply to a comment post.

    Jessica
    Learn, Play & Have Fun

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  4. Thank you so much for sharing these-hard to find ready-made rubrics for the little ones. It would be very easy for them to understand. :)

    NotJustChild'sPlay

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  5. I made something like this that prints on sticker labels, and I cannot get over how much easier it makes things! Definitely try that out if the stapling gets to be a pain :)

    Jenny
    Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

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  6. Hi jenny
    Thanks for the tip...I should know better. When I taught 3rd I had pre made rubrics for writing on labels that I pulled off and stuck right on their work for grading. Thanks for the reminder. :oD

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  7. Great rubric! Thanks so much! I'm thrilled to be your newest follower!!
    Growing Firsties

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  8. Great rubric! Thinking a label is the way to go;)
    Tammy
    The Resourceful Apple

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  9. cute idea for a rubric, my friend :D

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  10. Love it! AWESOME! Thank you for sharing. 29?! Goodness that's a lot of kiddos!
    Rowdy in First Grade

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