There are many great ideas and ways to display your super improvers wall. I moved mine around in my classroom about 10 times! There is also many ways to display the kiddos progress. I decided to display the levels and then each time a student reaches that level they get a star with their name that is a matching color of the level they are now on. Each time they move up a level they get to put up their new star and take the old one home to show their parents. Below is a picture. Note that the stars are made up with fake names because it’s Summer and I wanted give you a visual!! I have not tested this in my room yet, so it’s possible I will vary this a little. I will keep you informed!!
Some alternate versions I considered was giving each student a clothespin and they place it on the level. I like this idea but I do a daily clip chart and I think ‘move your clip’ becomes standard talk and differentiating which clip to move could get tiresome. I also considered those little envelopes that are found in the back of a library book. The student could then just change out a slip of paper inside the envelope. There are also other ways of implementing this on Pinterest and other great blogs.