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Toddlers Goal and/or other skills to IELG Outcome(s) Interests or Name of center and how the What the

me of center and how the What the teacher will do to


Name be practiced (Specific, that relate(s) to the goal observations of activity will help the child support the child at the
observable, and Reference the domain, child that connect work on their goal or skill activity (be specific, yet
measurable with goal, age range, and child to how you are development. What will they brief)
criteria/conditions) indicator planning for them be doing as they practice
today. their goal? (Be specific, yet
brief)
Daisy Indicate what she wants IELG D:5 G:49 Daisy enjoys gross Indoor Gross Motor: Teachers can help daisy with her
Hodgson either through signs or words CI: 1 Vocalizes wants and motor activities. Daisy will be able to work on her goal by asking her what she
at least 3 times a day. needs. goal by playing with her peers wants or saying is this what you
and teachers with bowling balls want.
and pins. She will have the
opportunity to indicate what
she wants when she wants
another ball.
Davi Lima Following instructions right IELG D5 G48 Davi likes moving Outdoor Gross Motor: Teachers can help Davi with his
away with out being Cl: 3 Performs simple actions around. Any gross Davi will be able to work on his goal by directing him in what
distracted at least twice a with verbal cue jump, wave, motor activities. goal while outside playing on directions to go and to be
day. get, come. the scooters through instruction careful.
from the teachers.
Denver Share twice a day. D:3 G:28 CI: 8 Takes turns Denver likes to run Indoor Gross Motor: Teachers can help Denver with
Moyer during play with peers, with and enjoys playing Denver will be able to work on his goal by modeling how we
considerable adult assistance. with balls. his goal taking turns and sharing take turn with other peers. They
bowling pins and balls with is can encourage him to take turns
peers. by telling him it is nice to take
turns.
Evelyn Play alongside other children IELG D:3 G:28 CI:1 Plays side- Evelyn enjoys Flop and Drop: Teachers can help Evelyn with
Wade at least three times during by-side with another child. reading/ story time. Evelyn can work on her goal by her goal by exaggerating voices
the day. reading alongside other peers and making the stories exciting
and holding bears. while including the other
toddlers.
Toddlers Goal and/or other skills to IELG Outcome(s) Interests or Name of center and how the What the teacher will do to
Name be practiced (Specific, that relate(s) to the goal observations of activity will help the child support the child at the
observable, and Reference the domain, child that connect work on their goal or skill activity (be specific, yet
measurable with goal, age range, and child to how you are development. What will they brief)
criteria/conditions) indicator planning for them be doing as they practice
today. their goal? (Be specific, yet
brief)
Hannah Take turns with out pushing IELG D3 G28 CI:8 Takes turns Hanna loves jumping Indoor Gross Motor:
Sydney with adult help at least twice during play with peers, with and throwing. Hannah can work on her goal by Teachers can help Hannah with
Lee a day. considerable adult assistance. playing with the pins and balls her goal by modeling how to
with her peers. She will have the take turns with the pins and
opportunity to take turn with balls. They can encourage
the pins and balls. Hannah to share by guiding her
hands.
Isaac Taking turns: Take turns at D:3 G:28 CI:8 Takes turns I have observed in Dramatic Play: Teachers can help Isaac with his
Philipbar least twice a day. during play with peers, with lab that Isaac likes Isaac can work on his goal by goal modeling. They can put on
considerable adult assistance. construction taking turns with the the outfits, take them off, and
workers. construction tools and outfits. then say now its your turn and
have him wear them.
Laura Ann Say color of items at 4-5 D:4 G:42 CI: 6 Gathers, Laura Ann loves Flop and Drop: Teachers can help Laura Ann
Woods times throughout the day. groups, and labels natural animals. Laura Ann can work on her goal with her goal by pointing out
materials. by pointing out the colors of colors and then asking Laura
objects within the stories. Ann what color an object is in
the book.
Maggie Take turns with out D:3 G:28 CI:8 Takes turns Maggie loves sea Outdoor Fine Motor:
Blackburn screaming at least twice a during play with peers, with animals. Maggie can work on her goal by Teachers can help Maggie with
day. considerable adult assistance. taking turns with the outside her goal by using the tools and
tools with her peers while they then giving it to her and saying
search for animals and seashells. now it is your turn.
Oliver Speak English on his own to a IELG D5 G52 CI:10 Pronounces Oliver likes to toss Indoor Gross Motor: Teachers can help Oliver with
Smart friend or teacher 3 times a words with increasing balls. Oliver can work on his goal by his goal by counting with him
day. articulation and clarity. asking for the ball or naming the and naming the colors of the
colors of the pins with his peers pins while asking him what the
and teachers. He can also count colors are.
them with the help with his
teachers.
Toddlers Goal and/or other skills to IELG Outcome(s) Interests or Name of center and how the What the teacher will do to
Name be practiced (Specific, that relate(s) to the goal observations of activity will help the child support the child at the
observable, and Reference the domain, child that connect work on their goal or skill activity (be specific, yet
measurable with goal, age range, and child to how you are development. What will they brief)
criteria/conditions) indicator planning for them be doing as they practice
today. their goal? (Be specific, yet
brief)
Ryan Speak English on his own to a D:5 G:64 CI:3 Speaks using Blocks: Teachers will be able to help
Clark friend or teacher 3 times a English vocabulary and Ryan enjoys playing Ryan will be able to work on his Ryan with his goal by asking him
day. increasingly responds to with trucks and loves goal by asking for what trucks what the colors are or which
English vocabulary. CI: 11 Asks his colors. he wants and naming colors of trucks he likes to play with.
simple questions in home the trucks and people.
language and uses gestures or
single words to ask questions
in English.
Stormy Shares with peers at least D:3 G:28 CI:9 Gives and takes Stormy loves Outdoor Fine Motor: Teachers can help Stormy with
Jenson twice a day. back objects during playful animals. Stormy will be able to work on her goal by encouraging her to
interactions with peers, with her goal by sharing the tools share with her peers by saying
assistance. with her peers and playing with we are all sharing together.
them.
Vylette Be aware and talk about IELG D:3 G:28 CI:8 Takes turns Vylette loves to do Outdoor Gross Motor: Teachers can help Vylette
Anderson emotions of others and her during play with peers, with anything outside. Vylette will be able to work on with her goal by telling her
self at least three times a day. considerable adult assistance. her goal by enjoying her play about the fun we are having
CI: 9 Gives and takes back experience outside. She can and pointing out that other
objects during playful work on showing emotions by
peers are having fun.
interactions with peers, with interacting in the play with her
assistance. peers.