Preschool Report Cards?

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Preschool report cards are often a reflection of how they are doing in the class overall. To make preschool report cards, put the child's name, teacher, and school. From there, give a standard grade for how they are doing overall.
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1. Create a section on the top of the report card for writing the student's name and the year. Include the school's name, the teacher's name or even a class slogan if you wish. 2.
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The link provided looks good, although it's primarily fine motor. Since you also have kindergarten you'd want to think of academic goals too. I found this link with info about assessing
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arial. and experiment with the font size. around 10-12 is good.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_font_for_rep...
1 Tell your mom that you have to tell her something, but you need her not to shout, and not to cut you off while your talking, as that will not get you anywhere. Ad 2 Say that you
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How to Make Report Cards for a Preschooler
A report card is a way for instructors to show parents how their children are doing with their class work and behavior. The progress of a preschooler's academic and social development can be difficult to measure by traditional marks such as letter grades... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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