Common Core Standards can be a bit intimidating, so I took each objective and organized them into a pacing guide for the ENTIRE year! The document is broken down by each 9 weeks (Quarter 1, 2, 3, and 4). There is a pacing guide for each subject: Math, Language, Writing, and Reading. Simply print and place in your teacher binder and you'll be set for the year ;).
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Just wondering how it was coming on getting pacing guides for other grades? You mentioned that you were going to try and meet with other teachers at your school and make ones forother grades. I know all my teacher friends would purchase them. The third and first grade teachers already have yours.
Hi! Send me your email please. I will send you the original. I am unable to make pdfs.
October 8, 2012
Do you know anyone who might have a pacing guide for 4th grade? I have searched and can only find a math one. I teach the reading, writing, grammar, and social studies. I would appreciate any help.
The weekly pacing guide has only math science and writing paced out for each week of the school year. I teach departmenalized math science and writing this year. I paced these out by the week. The other regular pacing guide has all subjects, but they are paced out by the quarter rather than the week. Sorry this reply was incomplete yesterday, but the site was acting up and cut me off.
July 26, 2012
What is the difference between this pacing guide and the other 3rd grade guide you posted?
My grade level is departmentalized, so I only teach math writing and science. So, the WEEKLY pacing guide has math, science, and writing paced out for each week of the school year. I do not teach la or reading so these subjects are not paced out by the week. However the regular third grade pacing guide has all subjects paced out by each quarter.