Coral and Black themed Grade 9 Common Core State Standards Poster Set
Save a ton of time with this coordinating set of pre-made common core posters. These common core posters provide a quick, easy and effective way to show administrators, fellow teachers and students what common core standards are being taught for the day/week/month.
With each poster, you'll get an I Can statement for each Common Core Standard for 9th grade English Language Arts (ELA), plus title and heading.The formatting allows the posters to be used in a variety of displays including pocket charts. The common core posters are formatted to include 2 common core standards per 1 page of printer paper in landscape format OR 1 common core standard per 1 page of printer paper in landscape format. Once purchased, these common core posters can be printed, laminated, cut, and used for years and years!! Buy once, use every single year.
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Coral and Black Teacher Organizer
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COMMON CORE STANDARDS:
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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