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Included in this purchase are the published Common Core standards for ELA, Math, Science and Social Studies. The Science and Social Studies standards included are listed below. (Disclaimer: this purchase does not include any of the costs associated with printing the standards)
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* 2 standards per page (size 4.25 x 11)
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1st GRADE – Social Studies
• I can recognize differences within my school and neighborhood.
• I can share stories, art, music, and dance inherent in community traditions.
• I can recognize and demonstrate respect for the differences within one's community.
• I can recognize and describe the importance of schools and neighborhoods.
• I can identify the roles of people in the school.
• I can explain the roles of the people in the neighborhood.
• I can list and discuss how neighborhoods change over time.
• I can describe behaviors that contribute to cooperation within groups.
• I can discuss the roles and responsibilities of being a member of a group.
• I can participate in a group activity modeling appropriate group behavior.
• I can identify and express feelings in appropriate ways.
• I can articulate how individual choices affect self, peers, and others.
• I can communicate positive feelings and ideas of self.
• I can predict possible consequences for a variety of actions.
• I can practice responsible behavior inherent in being a good citizen.
• I can explain why schools have rules, and give examples of neighborhood rules.
• I can demonstrate respect for others in the neighborhood.
• I can participate in responsible activities that contribute to the school and neighborhood.
• I can practice and demonstrate safety in the classroom.
• I can practice and demonstrate safety in the neighborhood.
• I can identify school symbols and landmarks.
• I can identify neighborhood and community symbols and landmarks.
• I can identify my state’s symbols, documents, and landmarks.
• I can identify national symbols, documents, and landmarks.
• I can demonstrate respect for patriotic practices and customs.
• I can use a compass to locate cardinal directions.
• I can identify the equator and north and south poles.
• I can identify my state on a variety of maps and on a globe.
• I can identify the United States on a variety of maps and on a globe.
• I can create a map showing important sites or landmarks on a school or community.
• I can locate physical features and man-made features on a map and on a globe.
• I can identify the compass rose and cardinal directions on a map and on a globe.
• I can identify examples of goods and services in the home and in the school.
• I can explain ways that people exchange goods and services.
• I can explain how people earn money by working at a job.
• I can explain the concept of exchanging money to purchase goods and services.
• I can describe the economic choices that people make regarding goods and services.
• I can describe why wanting more requires a person to make choices.
• I can identify choices families make when buying goods and services.
• I can explain why people save money to buy goods and services in the future.
1st GRADE – Science
• I can observe using my senses, create a hypothesis, and focus a question that can lead to an investigation.
• I can consider reasons that support ideas, identify ways to gather information that could test ideas, design fair tests, share designs with peers for input and refinement.
• I can observe, manipulate, measure, describe.
• I can decide what data to collect and how to organize, record, and manipulate the data.
• I can analyze data, make a conclusion connected to the data or evidence gathered, identify conclusions, and identify future questions to investigate.
• I can develop social interaction skills with peers.
• I can share ideas with peers.
• I can connect ideas with reasons and evidence an use multiple ways to communicate my reason or evidence.
• I can observe, compare, describe, and sort components of soil by size, texture, and color.
• I can identify and describe a variety of natural sources of water, including streams, lakes, & oceans.
• I can gather evidence about the uses of rocks, soil, and water.
• I can observe the sun at different times during the day and report observations to peers.
• I can observe and chart the moon when it is visible during the day.
• I can identify characteristics of the seasons of the year.
• I can identify characteristics of weather.
• I can observe and record weather information within each season.
• I can describe, classify, and communicate observations about the motion of objects.
• I can compare and contrast the movement of objects using drawings, graphs, & numbers.
• I can explain how a push or pull can affect how an object moves.
• I can sort, classify, and chart objects by observable properties.
• I can predict measurable properties such as weight, temperature, and whether objects sink or float; test & record data.
• I can predict, identify, and describe changes in matter when heated, cooled, or mixed with water.
• I can communicate observations about plants and animals, including humans, and how they resemble their parents.
• I can analyze the individual similarities and differences within and across larger groups.
• I can make observations about living things and their environment using the five senses.
• I can identify how natural earth materials, help to sustain plant and animal life.
• I can describe and model life cycles of living things.
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.
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Here is how you can receive 4 months (1200 full color pages) of free ink/printing:
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. I chose the HP Envy Photo 7155, because I found an incredible deal at Staples for $89.99; however, you can order a smaller printer for as little as $49.99.
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, we both get a FREE MONTH of printing. Yipeee!
Your new printer will come with 3 months of FREE printing when you buy it. (I just bought my new printer (May 2018) and I think the 3 month free trial is pretty standard for now…. but I'm not sure how long this will last).
Choose the 300 pages per month plan. Even if you don’t print this much, you can downgrade at any time after the promo is over. You might as well get your 300 pages per month FREE! (And... any pages you do not print ROLL OVER to the next month! However, they do cap at 300 pages, so you can’t roll them over again the next month.) Moreover, your printer automatically lets HP know when your ink levels are low, so they can send you more ink directly to your door, before you run out.
* Shipping and recycling included in monthly plan.
* There is no annual fee.
* You can change or cancel plans anytime.
So, this is how YOU TOO can get 4 months (1200 printed pages) of FREE printing!
For best results, print on gloss photo paper. My favorite paper for this project is Office Depot standard photo paper gloss, 49 lb. You can also send to Office Depot, Office Max, Staples or any office supply store for professional printing.
For best results, I suggest using laminating pouches. My favorite product for this project is Office Depot letter-size laminating pouches 5 mil.
DID YOU KNOW?
Home photo printers use less ink on glossy photo paper than on cardstock or matte finish papers.
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