A handwriting worksheet designed to help students goal set by reflecting on what they can and cannot do yet.
This teaching resource is a worksheet to help students craft their handwriting skills, while reflecting on the skills they can and cannot do yet. Students write about what they know they can do well, followed up with what they cannot do yet, setting that goal either from the classroom or as a personal goal. Three scenarios are given to help students use a growth mindset to think about what they can and cannot do yet.
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Australian Curriculum alignment
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