What a nice way to reward positive behavior and communicate with parents about something positive! (Print on label stickers so child can wear it home.)
The Life of a First Grade Teacher: Achievement Badges
First Grade and Flip Flops: A New Linky on Classroom Management and Other Things! TO INFINITY… AND BEYOND.
Students have to write in a log every time they do not turn in their homework on time and explain themselves. This helps teachers keep track of how many times the same student does not do his/her homework, makes students think about why they did not do their homework, and establishes accountability.
Talking to Parents About the Common Core Standards!! Tons of freebies and videos to share! Great for conferences!
CoTeaching in Special Education
Great object lesson to teach where we are in the world!
Understanding The Common Core - With 80 Links To Important Resources
Common Core Math Flowcharts! These bright and colorful flowcharts explain each of the Operations and Algebraic Thinking Common Core Standards and show how to solve or understand them step-by-step. They are a great addition to student math folders, can be used as color Common Core Charts or for math instruction. $2.50
Common Core Math Flowcharts! These bright and colorful flowcharts explain each of the Operations and Algebraic Thinking Common Core Standards and show how to solve or understand them step-by-step. They are a great addition to student math folders, can be used as color Common Core Charts or for math instruction.
Understanding the Common Core pg.2 (from www.liverpool.k12...)
KINDERGARTEN COMMON CORE ELA RUBRICS! This document includes a rubric for EVERY Literature and Informational Text Common Core ELA Standard. There is also a Foundational Skills progress checklist included too! These rubrics are a fantastic way to assess understanding of each standard.
Do your students struggle with understanding the meaning of standards
My favorite part about these cards are the "I can" statements. I love them because it makes understanding the standards comprehensible. || Review from Learning with @Melissa Spivak. Parker
I already differentiate a ton in my fourth grade classroom but I need to do it more because I have such a wide range of levels. I want my kids that are reading on a first grade level reading at least a beginning fourth grade level by June. By doing that I need to get materials on their levels and slowly bring them up. Keep doing what I am doing.
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