Common Core Organization

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Classroom displays and organisation. Classroom Layout, Classroom Organisation, Teacher Organization, Classroom Design, Kindergarten Classroom, Future Classroom, School Classroom, School Fun, Classroom Decor

Room Setup

You better clear a few hours for this website. It's like a Pinterest of classroom setups. DON'T SAY I DIDN'T WARN YOU!!!

Teaching is a work of HEART!: Classroom Library Organization - students put a clothespin on the book tub they took a book out of. Classroom Organisation, Teacher Organization, Classroom Setup, Teacher Tools, Kindergarten Classroom, School Classroom, School Fun, Classroom Management, Teacher Resources

Classroom Organization

This is only my second year of teaching, but I am constantly looking for ways to keep myself more organized. I feel much better when I feel...

If your school has moved to Common Core standards you will love this site. This site is filled with teacher uploaded assessments based on Common Core standards. Our school is changing to common core standards for School Classroom, School Teacher, School Fun, Middle School, High School, School Stuff, School Ideas, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Tools

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Common Core Kid-Friendly Standards My teacher friends should all pin this.it is a great and easy to understand resource for common core math and LA. Too Cool For School, School Fun, School Ideas, School Stuff, Middle School, High School, Math Classroom, Classroom Organization, Classroom Ideas

Ontario-Montclair School District

Common Core Kid-Friendly Standards for each grade! Awesome free resource!

Daily 5 cards for the kiddos to use in the reader's workshop notebooks. For next year Daily 5 Reading, First Grade Reading, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Language, Classroom Fun, Classroom Organization, Too Cool For School

More Daily 5 :)

My students are loving the choice that comes with using the Daily 5 framework, and I am loving how I'm not lecturing constantly, or grading worksheets all night. I love that they are doing real work, real reading, and I'm coaching them as they need it, on the specific skills they need. I just love our D5 time...even with our scripted program being included! It's truly a framework that you can adjust to fit your mandates, and your teaching style. I have these on my board and the students…

CAFE reading strategies chart and Daily 5 Labels Cafe Reading Strategies, Reading Lessons, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Comprehension, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Groups, Reading Skills, Teaching Resources

CAFE Strategy Cards

I've had a couple of questions and emails about my CAFE Strategy cards. I made these up quickly one day when I got tired at look...

classroom tested resources/ideas by grade leve & subject that apply directly to the standards. Common Core Curriculum, Common Core Math, Common Core Standards, Teacher Blogs, Teacher Resources, Too Cool For School, School Stuff, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas

commoncoreclassrooms.com -&nbspThis website is for sale! -&nbspcommoncoreclassrooms Resources and Information.

This website is for sale! commoncoreclassrooms.com is your first and best source for all of the information you’re looking for. From general topics to more of what you would expect to find here, commoncoreclassrooms.com has it all. We hope you find what you are searching for!

example of a 120 minute reading block, with built in time for Tier III RTI time. What do you know - teachers could actually teach our own students - instead of regrouping them and then changing classes! What a time saver! Reading Lessons, Reading Resources, Reading Skills, Guided Reading, Teaching Reading, Reading Groups, Reading Centers, Learning, Response To Intervention

Great example of a 120 minute reading block, with built in time for Tier III RTI time. # Pinterest++ for iPad #

Printable Calendar for Teacher Binder This FREE colorful month-by-month calendar can easily be printed to add to your lesson plan binder!This FREE colorful month-by-month calendar can easily be printed to add to your lesson plan binder! Teacher Binder, Teacher Organization, Teacher Tools, Teacher Hacks, Teacher Resources, Organized Teacher, Teacher Planner, Organizing, Future Classroom

FREE Printable Calendar for Teacher Binder

This FREE colorful month-by-month calendar can easily be printed to add to your lesson plan binder!! I hope you find this organizational tool useful for your classroom :) I would love for you to leave feedback or follow my store for future updates!! UPDATE: This file has been updated for the 2017...

Rockin' Teacher Materials: Do You Do Data Binders? See How I Do & Freebie! : I'm using data binders with my kids! See how I'm using Data B. Teacher Organization, Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources, Teaching Ideas, Teacher Stuff, Teaching Materials, Organization Ideas, Too Cool For School, School Fun

The Rockin Teacher Materials shop on TeachersNotebook.com

The Rockin Teacher Materials shop on TeachersNotebook.com

Good for displaying instructions for stations or parent welcome signs. A Modern Teacher: Make It Work Wednesday: DIY Mini-Chart Stand Classroom Freebies, School Classroom, Future Classroom, Classroom Activities, Classroom Design, Classroom Decor, Teacher Appreciation Gifts, Teacher Gifts, Teacher Stuff

DIY Mini Chart Stand

Displaying directions and student's work can be pretty again! Here's a little DIY to make a mini chart stand. Items to Gather: Finished clipboard Hot glue gun Large wooden clip (I got mine from Hobby Lobby for about $3.50) Craft Paint Instructions: 1. Decorate the clipboard anyway you want. I followed the instructions from the fabulous Amy from Modge Podge Rocks. 2. Paint clip any color (I left my edges raw because I liked that look) 3. Glue clip about 1/4 inch from the bottom of the…

These FREE Common Core Standards resources will help you make sense of and integrate the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) into your lessons. Common Core Curriculum, Common Core Ela, Common Core Reading, Common Core Standards, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tools, Teacher Resources, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Resources

10 FREE Common Core Standards Resources You Should Know About

These FREE Common Core Standards resources will help you make sense of and integrate the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) into your lessons.

Check out the "go to" place to find updated materials that are aligned with Common Core materials. Not liking the common core at all, but good resource :) Common Core Curriculum, Common Core Ela, Common Core Reading, Common Core Standards, School Fun, School Stuff, School Ideas, Summer School, Middle School

Have you checked out my new page?

I just added a new page at the top of my blog called "Common Core Materials". This is the "go to" place to find out which of my materials I've aligned with CCSS. I am

Kindergarten and First Grade Common Core Standards, Essential Questions Organization and FREE Labels for Organization Kindergarten Classroom, School Classroom, School Fun, Classroom Ideas, School Ideas, School Stuff, Middle School, Future Classroom, High School

Redirecting

I've had a lot of questions about how I organize my Common Core Standards and Essential Questions. I display them on posters which are hot glued to ribbon. The standards are attached with velcro so that they are easy to change in and out. (Please excuse the bad picture above. The standards shown are from the 1st grade set. Notice that the clipart images match the standard and that the essential question clipart also matches. This helps the little ones who can't read understand the standard…

How to set up a math workshop that is manageable in an upper elementary classroom from someone who always taught whole group Math Teacher, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Math Math, Maths, Teaching Career, Teaching Time, Teaching Tools, School Teacher

Math "Workshop"

I will be honest with you. I have spent most of my teaching career teaching whole group. I figured that is the way math should be done. And for me, it pretty much worked....until I had a very, very low group. That particular year, whole group instruction just wasn't working. The kids weren't getting anything out of my instruction as, about 10 minutes in, 1/2 of them weren't listening, and 1/4 of them were carefully trying to conceal themselves with the other 1/4 that were raising their hand…