First Grade Report Card Comments

May 13, 2023

First Grade Report Card Comments

First Grade Report Card Comments


Many teachers find writing report card comments stressful and who blames them?

Report card writing is time consuming! Think about it…as teachers, we are required to write reading, writing, speaking and listening, math and general

comments for reports for every student.

If you have 26 students in your class, it’s not only 26 comments that need to be written but more like 130 comments in total (depending on

which subjects your district expects you to comment on!)

There’s also pressure to ensure that the assessments that teachers do before report writing are educative, relevant and fair so that the data

is reflected in the comments and hopefully indicates areas of progress, strengths and weaknesses so that specific learning goals can be set.


So what to assess before Report Card Writing?

Below are no prep math and writing assessments that are perfect for 1st grade assessment and gathering the data you need before report card writing:


First Grade Report Card Comments


First Grade Report Card Comments


First Grade Report Card Comments


So if you find writing Report Card Comments stressful, then you will love this cut and paste resource that consists of empowering positive and constructive feedback.

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First Grade Report Card Comments

Take the stress out of First Grade Assessment and writing Report Card Comments with this NO PREP BUNDLE! Everything you need is right here is this comprehensive pack. Firstly, have your students complete the quick no prep math assessment worksheets and then the writing prompt paper activities and finally cut and paste editable report card comments! This bundle will literally save you hours upon hours of your personal time and the best investment you make in teaching!


Suitable for:

  • First Grade
  • Second Grade (adaptable)



This bundle consists of the following 3 products:



1. Math Worksheets Assessment Pack:


  • ‘How To Use This Resource’ (Teacher Notes)
  • 1-10 Matching Numerals to Quantities
  • Names and Orders of Days of Week
  • Connect Number Names with Numerals
  • Connect Numerals with Number Names
  • Solve Simple Addition
  • Solve Simple Subtraction
  • Number Sense – Representing a Number in Different Ways
  • Roll and Build
  • 100 Number Chart Patterns
  • Ordering Numbers – Next Number
  • Ordering Numbers – After Number
  • Ordering Numbers – Between Number



2. Writing Prompt Worksheet Pack (includes differentiation writing templates for

differentiation and inbuilt checklist):


  • My Recount Planner
  • Basket Ball
  • Sleep Over
  • My Birthday
  • My Family
  • My Friends
  • Baking
  • Bike-Riding
  • Hiking
  • Recycling
  • My Seedling
  • On the Holidays
  • At the Park
  • At the Mall
  • At the Museum
  • At the Beach
  • At the Zoo
  • Ice-Cream
  • My Home
  • My School
  • Story Book
  • On the Weekend
  • Easter
  • Break
  • Spring Break
  • Summer Break
  • Fall Break
  • Winter Break
  • Christmas
  • Halloween
  • St Patrick’s Day
  • Hanukkah


Each template includes the following checklist:

  • Who
  • What
  • Where
  • When
  • Why


Assessment Point skills covered in this pack:

  • sequencing of ideas
  • writing in first person (consistent tense)
  • sentence structure
  • punctuation
  • sight words
  • high frequency words
  • editing



3. Cut & Paste Report Card Comments for Reading, Writing, Math,

Speaking & Listening and General Comments:


  • Detailed report card comments for 23 students
  • Comments for Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing, Math and Generals
  • CUT AND PASTE comments directly into your students’ report templates – edit or modify as you wish
  • Core aligned comments
  • ‘Habits of Mind’ goal comments included
  • Differentiated comments for A-D grade levels


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