# Common Core Resouces

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Pumpkins and Common Core.

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Pumpkins and Common Core.

Common Core: Free Poster/Handout {Are You a Text Talker?} Using the Text-Based Language of Close Reading Sentence Starters

Grade 5 Common Core Operations and Algebraic Thinking Interactive Notebook--Activities, vocabulary words, and key concepts are included for each Operations and Algebraic Thinking Standard. Students are taught how to deeply understand each standard.

Grade 3 Common Core Interactive Reading Notebooks (All Literature Standards) A short reading passage PLUS interactive notebook inserts are included for every Common Core Literature Standard too. This is a fun way to learn about Common Core.

A three-minute tutorial on those weird math problems in your kids' homework

7 Ways to Adapt the Common Core Standards for Students with Special Needs by ASCD Author Thomas Armstrong Spires

Math Word Wall for Grades Vocabulary & Visual Elements Common Core Aligned J says - would love to invite students to define, discuss, refine, and illustrate math terms themselves to clarify their understanding

A free parent-friendly handout - 3 Key Ideas for Parents about the Common Core + 10 Strategies parents can do to support the Common Core at home by Jen Jones & Kate Duty Iorio Curriculum night?

Perfect length of passages for homework. Students re-read the passage daily impacting fluency and comprehension. Tied directly to CC Standards. Question sets match nicely with yearly assessments.

It's much easier to cover all the common core standards for English if you know where to go. This book allows you to cover many standards at once. If you read the article, it tells you specifically which standards can be addressed using the book.

Third Grade Common Core Math Centers EASY set up math centers covering EVERY third grade common core standard. Made with the teacher in mind! Also available for and grade! This was a great pin for potential math lessons in class!

Common Core Data Checklists: Math and ELA (from What the Teacher Wants) Using Gradeable means we can keep paper usage at bay!