Apple Themed Kindergarten Common Core Posters for Language Arts and Math
These posters will serve as an easy, kindergarten friendly, way to display the common core standards you are working on to administrators, your students and others. I love them because they help keep me focused on what I am teaching!! The colorful and popular Apple style will keep everyone’s attention and help you get to the CORE of what you are trying to teach!!
Included in this packet is a complete set of “I can…” and “We can…” statements for English Language Arts and Math Common Core Standards for Kindergarten. Print, laminate and post which ever set you prefer! They are easy to differentiate between for easy organization. The Language Arts Posters have red apples and the Math Posters have green apples. The “I can…” statements have an owl holding an apple in the corners of the border. The “We can…“ statements have the same borders with a frog holding an apple in the corners of the border. Also included on each poster is the letter/number code assigned to each standard!
The posters are formatted to include a full-page colorful title for each strand. Following each title poster are two posters per full page that contain the “I can…” statements. The entire set is repeated using the “We can…” statements.
The ELA standards/strands set include:
Foundational Skills - 23 posters
Literature and Informational Text – 30 posters
Listening and Speaking – 9 posters
Writing – 8 posters
Language - 21 posters
The Math standards/strands set include:
Counting and Cardinality - 22 posters
Numbers and Operations in Base Ten - 5 posters
Operations and Algebraic Thinking - 12 posters
Measurement and Data - 10 posters
Geometry - 16 posters
These 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.
Thank you so much for taking a peek at my Apple Themed Kindergarten Common Core Posters for Language Arts and Math Set.
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David Letterman recently had REAL teachers read the following Top 10 List:
Top Ten Reasons I Decided To Become A Teacher…
10. I hope to live up to the teachers who inspired me — like Ms. What’s-Her-Name.
9. It’s no fun saying the pledge of allegiance every day by myself.
8. Honestly, I didn’t pay much attention the first time through school.
7. Kids need to know the moon landing was faked.
6. If I could make a difference in just one student’s life — well, that wouldn’t be a very good average.
5. The glamour.
4. You work long hours, but at least the pay is bad.
3. Hoping to teach in an all song-and-dance high school, like on “Glee.”
2. In the summer, I can watch all you losers go to the office.
1. I want to help kids talk good.