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# Report Card Comments & Phrases—Math

• _______ has a good attitude towards the math work at this grade level. Please continue to work on ______ nightly.

• _______ has worked hard in math this quarter. However, her progress has been slower than I would have liked. Can we meet to discuss some helpful strategies?

• _______ would benefit from more practice with _____. If possible, could you please spend some time nightly on this skill?

• At this point, _______ has successfully learned all of the addition facts through ten. He is now able to start nightly practice of the subtraction facts through ten.

• Thank you for your interest in our room. It would be helpful if _______ practiced her multiplication facts nightly. I know she can put in more effort than she has been recently.

• _______ is having trouble with many of the basic skills in math. Can we meet to discuss some helpful strategies?

• _______ has a true enthusiasm and gift for math. His effort is reflected in his high grade. He is also an excellent citizen, as he frequently assists other students with concepts, not answers.

## Phrases

• _______ has difficulty retaining math processes of addition, etc.

• _______ can work with numbers up to ___ with understanding.

• _______ understands the plus, minus, and equal signs, and uses them to make number statements.

• _______ understands and uses basic facts of addition and subtraction to ____.

• _______ is still reversing some numbers.

• _______ understands place value up to _____.

• _______ can use manipulatives to add and subtract.

• _______ can use manipulatives to show place value to _____.

• _______ understands money (pennies, dimes, nickels).

• _______ relies heavily on concrete objects.

• _______ can count to ______.

• _______ is able to create graphs using simple data.

• _______ understands several methods of graphing.

• _______ is beginning to memorize the number facts.

• _______ knows the basic shapes.

• _______ still needs strengthening in the concept of _______.

• _______ does not know his math facts well.

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