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Student portfolio power point

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Example of a Kindergarten students portfolio

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Student portfolio power point

  1. 1. Meet Julia
  2. 2. Who is Julia? Julia is a outgoing five year old headed to Kindergarten come the fall. She is talkative and friendly, with no shortage of friends in and out of school. She shows natural leadership qualities and loves to perform. Julia is a talented artist and looks forward to any and every project that comes her way. She has strong motor skills, both gross and fine, meeting and exceeding every standard for her age group. Additionally her writing and math abilities are competent, while her language/speech is an area that has room to improve. While far from shy or awkward, confidence in class work can waver, although often not for lack of skill. Overall, Julia is a fun loving, smart and athletic girl who you will struggle to find without a smile on her face.
  3. 3. Butterfly Project – June 25, 2015
  4. 4. Butterfly Project Details • Students chose 3 different color markers in which to color a coffee filter with, a teacher then sprayed colored coffee filter with water to allow colors to run. After drying students scrunched up coffee filter and twisted pipe cleaner around the middle to separate wings and create antennas. • This activity was in correlation with our nature theme and more directly having read aloud Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar. As a class we discussed the different stages of a caterpillar, as well as some key body parts (i.e. wings, body, antenna) and aimed for this project to help reinforce these ideas. • Julia achieved the goal as she was able to clearly list the different stages and identify where the wings and antennas were.
  5. 5. Counting Bears 1 to 10 – June 26, 2015
  6. 6. Counting Bears 1 to 10 Details • Julia was asked to take 10 bears out of a pile and subsequently count off 1 through 10. Although hesitant at first, Julia was able to do this with ease and then decided to up the ante to 20 total bears as seen in the previous picture. • Counting 1 through 10 is a huge benchmark and Julia exceed the desired outcome.
  7. 7. Counting Bears Color Identification – June 26, 2015
  8. 8. Counting Bears Color Identification Details • Julia was asked to separate the bears by color, then identify each color by name. The bears, while initially mixed, came in blue, green, yellow and red. • Color identification in both name and visual is an important skill and Julia passed with flying colors if you will. She easily separated and identified each of the four.
  9. 9. Counting Bears Size Identification – July 2, 2015
  10. 10. Counting Bears Size Identification Details • Julia was asked to find bears of various sizes and use terms to describe them. She found 3 different bears and apply arranged them from largest to smallest, while describing that one bear was the “biggest”, another the “smallest”, and one “in the middle”. • Comparison words and organization are an aspect of many kindergarten skills checklist and Julia clearly meet the standard.
  11. 11. Julia on the Playground – July 6, 2015
  12. 12. Julia on the Playground Details • This video clearly demonstrates Julia’s gross motor skills and highlights her loving of climbing and going down the slide.
  13. 13. Julia Cutting Out Shapes – July 8, 2015
  14. 14. Julia Cutting Details • This video highlights Julia’s fine motor skills, attention to detail, and ability to focus on the task at hand. While many young children will struggle to both cut neatly and stay engaged, Julia does so with ease.
  15. 15. Sand Table and Sea Animals – July 16, 2015
  16. 16. Sand Table and Sea Animals Details • The sand table is one of Julia’s favorite centers and offers an awesome sensory • Julia also was able to organize the sea animals that reside within the sand table and label many by name, including the whales, crabs, and fish.
  17. 17. Tractor Project with Shapes – July 21, 2015
  18. 18. Tractor Project with Shapes Details • This project combined cutting (fine motor skills) with shape identification (both rectangles and circles), and directly correlated with our weekly theme of “Down on the Farm”. • Julia did an excellent job of cutting and followed directions perfectly when assembling her tractor.
  19. 19. Julia Self Selected Piece #1
  20. 20. Julia Self Selected Piece #1 Details • Julia explained that “this is my favorite picture I have colored all year. I think that it looks so very beautiful and want to bring it home so I can hang it on my wall in my bed room”. • This piece, a blank black and white of Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” was an activity during our The Arts week and offered the kids an opportunity to put their own unique spin on one of the more famous and well known paintings out there.
  21. 21. Julia Self-Selected Piece #2
  22. 22. Julia Self-Selected Piece #2 Details • “This is the magical, princess wand I made. It is one of my favorite projects because I can hold it and feel like I am a princess too. I love how bright and yellow the star on top is.” • This project was made after reading multiple fairy tales in class and was a fan favorite amongst many of the girls.
  23. 23. For the Future • Julia is clearly physically and socially adept for her age. She has more than enough ability in nearly every facet of life and meets critical benchmarks. The only big things to work on moving forward would be both speech and writing.