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Summit of Success Goal Mountain Class Progress Tracker

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF, Word | 10 pages | Years: F - 6

A mountain themed Progress Tracker to display in your classroom.

Encourage your students to achieve their goals with this whole class progress tracker!

Display the Summit of Success Goal Mountain in your classroom. Use our Sticky Note Printing Template and read our blog How To Print on Sticky Notes to print the Mountain Goat sticky notes. Each time your student reaches one of their goals, they can move their Mountain Goat sticky note to the Summit of Success Goal Mountain. Once the whole class has filled the mountain they get a reward of your choosing!

Use this teaching resource in the classroom as part of your Progress Tracker wall for classroom management or a Key Learning Area of your choice when setting student goals and providing feedback.

This pack includes:

  • Summit of Success Goal Mountain print out
  • Mountain Goat Goal sticky note printing template

To assemble the Summit of Success Goal Mountain, simply print, cut around the dotted lines, and laminate each component and attach to a dedicated wall space.

Read our blog 36 Tricks to Make Learning Stick! Teaching With Sticky Notes for more sticky note ideas!



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  • Jenna Smith

    I love this display and have printed, laminated and cut it out only to realise I have 27 students this year and there is only 25 spots. Any chance you could create one with more spots for a greater amount of students?

    • Emma (Teach Starter)

      Hi Jenna, thank you for your comment! The wonderful thing about this resource is that it doesn't matter how many students you have - it is a continuous goal tracker. Each student can complete as many goals as they like, and once the mountain is full the whole class gets a reward. Then you clear the mountain and start again! This is to encourage the class to work as a team and help each other. If you'd like to read more, take a look at our blog https://www.teachstarter.com/blog/36-tricks-to-make-learning-stick-teaching-with-sticky-notes/. If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to ask :). Kind regards, Emma