Here come the common core standards! If your district is anything like mine, you are supposed to post standards to accompany your students' displayed work. Here is a cute and easy way to display these standards. The standards are written in kid-friendly "I can..." language with rainbow borders. I have also included a header for Reading, Math, Language, Writing, and Speaking and Listening. You might use these headers on a laminated poster. You can velcro or Blue Tack the standards to the poster. That way, you can easily change the standards as you teach them.
Borders by Graphics From the Pond
The Common Core Standards were developed and written by the NGA.Copyright 2010. National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and Council of Chief State School Officers. All rights reserved.http://www.corestandards.org/
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Hi. Love your stuff. I am wondering what size these posters are....they do not look like full size sheets of paper...more like strips, which is what i was really looking for. I was hoping to attach them by a book ring to hang from a hook because I teach k-5 reading and need a set for all grade levels. Also, I see k-3 on your page...do you have 4 and 5 as well, that perhaps I have overlooked? Thanks! Michelle
Hello. Thank you so much for your note. I am editing this response because I got the measurements wrong in my previous answer. The posters are more like 3 inches by 7 inches. Thanks Michelle. Have a great school year.
My name is Karen and I have been teaching for 17 years now(14 of those years have been in first grade). I have 4 beautiful children of my own and a nutty labrador! My life is very busy (but lots of fun, too).