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FREEBIE ALERT - Self and Peer review worksheet!

So we are back into the swing of things after break, as I'm sure you are too! Part of coming back involves me prepping for our bulletin board that is due rather soon! I've been using my frog packet that you can find here with my kiddos as part of our "Spring Into Speech" theme.

I'm not sure about you guys, but our school has a specific set of items that they look for on a bulletin board, a rubric and review being one of them. Since my kiddos are little (Kindergarten, first, and second) I find it to be a challenge to have them review their work using typical rubrics. After some inspiration (i.e., one of my kiddos looked over another kiddos homework and gave him a "good star") I created this peer and self review.

The reviews come two per sheet, and they're black and white to ease the printing hardship! I feel your pain! The best part is - they're FREE! All your kids have to do is fill in the stars for how well they think they did and how well they think their peer did. They are prompted underneath the stars to show worth. For example, one star under the "neatness" category would be "very messy", but four stars would be "super neat".

I think your kids will enjoy the four-star reviews, and it will allow your kiddos to give feedback without having to write a novel (writing = torture for most of my kiddos).

Download this freebie HERE on TpT and get reviewing! :)

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