Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Common Core Checklist

I hope your summer is off to a great start!  Mine has been busy getting ready for my little sister's wedding.  I am trying to plan her Bridal Shower right now.  Got any amazing ideas? 

So after my conference on the Common Core, I decided to make myself a checklist and include kid friendly language, because let's face it, standards/objectives can be written like they are meant for a rocket scientist to figure out.  I wanted something that was easy and wouldn't make my brain hurt when I was planning.  This is for third grade.  So lucky you, Ms. Third Grade Teacher!  You can have this for FREE!  If you don't teach 3rd grade, feel free to print it off and share it with your 3rd grade teachers at your school.

I will be making a checklist for Math like this as well, just got to get my bottom into gear!
Download for free at my TPT store.  A lot of my teacher friends told me they can't download my freebies because they don't have a Teachers Pay Teachers account.  Why not?  It is free and simple to sign up!  You can also follow your favorite sellers (hint, hint) and it will notify you when they add more stuff (like freebies) then you can get on there and download your little heart out!




28 comments:

  1. Yay!! I am going to download this right now!! Thanks!

    Jackie

    Third Grade's A Charm
    Enter My Giveaway!

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  2. Thanks so much for the great freebie! I'm a new follower!
    http://cantmakethisstuffup-hmichaud.blogspot.com/

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  3. Amazing!! I saved to my comp and am sending to my team. I think my lit facilitator will hang on to it too. Appreciate it! :)

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  4. OMG - when I went to pick up my new free item from TpT, I noticed you are from O'Fallon, MO. I used to work at Forest Park Elem. school in O'Fallon. We lived there for about 3 years. My first son was born at the hospital at St. Peters. I plan on visiting this summer and attending the Whole Brain Teaching Conference in Union. What a small world!

    :D Angie

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    1. That is so cool Angie! Where are you now?

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  5. LOVE this! Thanks so much for sharing!

    Dana

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    1. Thanks Dana! That means a lot coming from you! I LOVE your blog! AND I just realized I didn't have you on my blog roll. Adding you now!
      Amy

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  6. this is wonderful... I will pass it on to my 3rd grade team... any chance you will be making a second grade set??

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    1. I just signed up to take classes this summer... but I can ask Gretchen, our second grade chick. Maybe she will make a set. Thanks for passing this on to your team!
      Amy

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  7. Oh I just found your blog and it is soooo cute!!

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  8. Wow....I love this! Thank you so much. I too just found your blog thanks to Pinertest!!!! Can't wait for the copy for Math!!!!

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  9. Thank you for sharing this great resource!!

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  10. I am your newest follower thanks to Dana from 3rd Grade Gridiron. Great common core resource!
    Mel D
    Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations

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  11. This is great! Thank you!!! What fonts do I need to download to view this document?

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    1. You should be able to download it without adding fonts. It is a PDF so all the fonts will show up on your computer. Let me know if you have any trouble!
      Amy

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  12. Ohhhh I love this! Can't wait to use it.

    Thank you!

    Jenny
    Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

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  13. This is awesome! Thank you so much! This helps clarify a lot for me! I am your newest follower!

    Courtney
    3rd Grade Sprinkles
    courtneyice1@gmail.com

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  14. Thank you so much for creating this and sharing it with us for FREE, you are awesome! Also, I am your newest follower!

    Nicole
    Tadpole Tidbits
    www.mrscorbitt.blogspot.com

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  15. Wow! Thank you so much. I am taking on a new position next year as a Teaching and Learning Coach and will be working with teachers K-5. My district is moving to CCSS next year so any resources are greatly appreciated. I am also your newest follower! :) I share a blog with a fellow teacher. We're fairly new but it's been my addiction this summer. If you want to check out our blog, its http://4321teach.blogspot.com/

    We would love any suggestions you might have as a more experienced blogger. :)

    Thanks again.

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  16. You make a thoughtful case about how technology can enhance the good works of early childhood educators. I look forward to hearing more about how EC educators are connecting and sharing through technology. Thanks!
    digital inspiration

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  17. I will be teaching Multi-age 2, 3 next year! These are prefect to help me and my student family understand the CCSS! THANKS!

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  18. Thank you so much for the standards checklist. I will be transitioning from the NGSSS (Florida) to the CCSS for the coming school year. This really helps.

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  19. This is SO awesome! It amazes me that teachers are doing ALL this work when our states should be doing this!!!! I will be sharing this with my team at school as well as our new principal! Thank you for ALL YOUR HARD WORK!!

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  20. I liked your freebie on TPT so much that I Googled you to see if you did other checklists! Great job and I absolutely LOVE your checklists!

    Signed,
    A Fellow TPT Seller ;-)

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  21. Love this! I teach K-5 gifted - any chance you would be doing these for other grade-levels. One of my 3rd grade teachers shared this with me.

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