Reflection notebooks are great ways for students to reflect on their learning. You could create sheets where you turn learning standards/expectations into can-do statements. Students could check off skills as they achieve them and then reflect by commenting, drawing, or dictating on the bottom of the page. With younger students, they could use stickers or stamps to note their own progress. This can then be shared at parent conferences to show that you're sharing data and conclusions about learning with the students. This is so powerful for students to understand their variability as learners.
This looks like a cute one: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Kindergarten-Reflective-Journal-964710
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