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You need to inform your parents how their child is progressing, but you do not want to use a traditional report card format. Here is a Montessori Progress Report form that will suit your needs. All areas of learning are laid out and all you need to do is write in a brief comment where appropriate. Enjoy the confidence of your parents by communicating effectively with them concerning the progress and development of their child.
These are not Montessori Report Cards, but they are a good example of a basic report card on which you might base your own. Writing a report card is dependent on what you believe would be the most useful information for your parents or the next school to which your student will go.
A report card is usually a summary of work completed that year or that semester. Some Montessori schools simply offer a 5 sentence paragraph summary of activity with general comments. Some Montessori do not have any report card whatsoever. Some Montessori schools offer a checklist of several pages covering every activity that is presented in the class.
In the end, the decision to offer or not offer a report card will be based on to whom the information best serves.