Learning objectives display

An easy way to display the learning objectives in your classroom for each day! Just cut, laminate & use magnets or tape to adhere to your white board. Then, just use a dry erase marker to change your objectives every day. Enjoy this freebie...please leave feedback if you use it! :)

An easy way to display the learning objectives in your classroom for each day! Just cut, laminate & use magnets or tape to adhere to your white board.

I love this! Our class is really working on transitions. We do great until we have to move! Going to lunch, specials, even to the rug! *sigh* Hopefully something like this will help! We can use it for academic goals too!

Identify long term class goals: This is a daily goal so students know objectives and why we are learning what we are learning. It would be neat to have a student fill this in as we go over it at the start of each class period.

I Can statement display, 2nd grade classroom

I Can statement display, create with all reading and writing standards on flip rings and display in student center. Accountability, transparency, and can use for exit tickets! ("How was this standard addressed today?

How cute is this?! Chalkboard Objectives Display

I like that the headings are magnetic so they can easily be moved. You can write your objectives daily/weekly using a dry erase marker.

I'm so making these for my classroom.  I've used sentence strips but they take up too much space!!!  These are super cute and easy to erase.

my own twist on things: daily objective dry erase boards.not just for teachers! also a good idea for homework each subject is separated just like in their agenda books

Daily Objectives Organizer. I'll have room for this in my portable next year.

Like the idea of having all out learning goals organized & grouped in one spot. Handy organization for uploading to seesaw too!

Free or editable learning targets!  Read about making a learning target section of your board at Forever in Fifth Grade!

Free or editable learning targets! Read about making a learning target section of your board at Forever in Fifth Grade!

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