Hot Air Balloon
is presented and the Letter Name and sound of the Letter is represented.
No teacher prompts are needed. Full sentences are read independently and the
child is aware of who their audience is.
is presented well and the Letter Name and sound is represented. Teacher
prompts are present and questions are answered. After January, the student
will read their sentence independently.
Writing Bag is present; however the student is unsure of the reason why the
picture is presented. The student doesnít know the Letter name.
has some additional information about the picture/pictures. The student
expands more upon what their picture/pictures represent. Information
gathered from other sources is evident.
details about the picture and one word descriptions about the picture are
information about the picture is jumbled and disconnected. The student isnít
sure of why they drew their picture. The student isnít sure of the Letter
went beyond requirements and supplied more than one graphic and sentence to
represent the Letter of the Week.
presents 1 picture to represent the Letter of the week.
was missing the graphic which represents the Letter of the Week.
wrote their sentence independently, without any adult writing. Proper
punctuation (capitals and periods) and spelling are present along with upper
and lower case letters properly placed.
written sentence is present in the picture. Punctuation and proper placement
of upper and lower case letters is not developed as of yet. After January,
1(one) Kid Written sentence must be evident
||No Adult or
Kid Writing is evident in their presentation