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  • Caryl McAdoo

    Naomi Elizabeth - display learning targets - This K teacher has many boards on teaching ideas!

  • Ciara Mulcahy

    display learning targets- great way to display objectives, standards and "I Can" statements in one place neatly

  • Katy Peacock-Otto

    First Grade Found Me: Ten Pin Linky- Classroom Decor Ideas

  • Christine Oldknow

    O "FISH" ally a First Grader: Learning Target or Common Core Posters

  • Kimberly

    Like the idea of using a bulletin board instead of the white board.

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Post learning targets and I can( objectives) for the first week of school for parents to see

i love this way of displaying objectives in the classroom. making connections to real life is so key!

Common Core Standards created by Mrs. Jump. She made them for first grade too! Guess who bought them!

We learn 10% of what we reaf 20% of what we hear 30% of what we see 50% of what we see and hear 70% of what we discuss 80% of what we experience 95% of what we teach others -William Glasser

Learning your name activities -- Did they use milk lids in the fourth one down? If not, we certainly could.

OBJECTIVES BOARD: I write the objectives in kid friendly language, draw a simple, circular web on the board and box or underline important concepts and words. Its clear and easy and everyone knows what we are doing! ...So simple.(just type subjects in a cool font and back with colored paper.. Its a keeper!

We make these the first week of school and display them all year, then revisit our goals during the last days of school! | Around the Kampfire