Published at Sunday, October 06th, 2019 - 00:30:56 AM. Kids Worksheet. By Karla Didier.
Once you picked your goal. You have to realize there will be obstacles on your way towards the goal. The next step is to list some of the potential dangers or obstacles. On a road trip you know at some point in time you will end up in traffic jam, which is not your fault. You have take into account for such events. The journey to your goal there will be people who say you can not accomplish your goal because you do not have the experience. These are some of traffic jams you have to go through. A goal setting worksheet can address this issue by writing down any potential obstacles. Now I am not trying to be negative, but this little step right here can determine your success or failure. It is naive to believe everyone you know will want you to succeed. There will always be doubters in your life.
First create the entire sheet by underlining the words which will be replaced by blanks. Keep this as the answer key. Make a copy of the document with a new name and replace the underlined words with blanks. For Pre-literate and Early Literate Learners. Decide on a theme for the worksheet (telling time, items in the house, types of transportation, names of animals, etc). Provide a word bank with pictures at the top of the worksheets. Provide a blank line immediately under or beside the word for the learner to copy the word. Limit the number of words to ten or less. Keep the worksheet to one page. Use a large font size of 20 points or more. Not only does this help with the perceived difficulty of the page, it also provides plenty of space for the handwritten responses.
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