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These Common Core Poster will make it super easy to communicate the standards to your students. Each poster (8.5 X 11 in., landscape view) contains one standard with large, Zaner Bloser style font. The poster has two sections; the top has the standard written in an "I can" statement for students to understand, the bottom has the standard number and exact wording from Corestandard.org and nextgenscience.org for teacher reference. The teacher section can be cut away from the student section if you want a smaller poster to display for the students to see.
Update July 30, 2016: This product is now a bundle It has the original PDF file with all the 4th grade standards in a ZB style font, plus a PowerPoint file with blank posters for each subject area that can be edited to add standards for your school, district or state.
To help keep the posters organized each set of standards has a picture in the top left corner. This picture is the same on the standard signs.
I've also included 15 display signs, one for each set of posters.
- (RL) Reading Literature
-(RI) Reading Informational Text
-(RF) Reading Foundation Skills
-(SL) Speaking and Listening
-(OA) Operations and Algebraic Thinking
-(NBT) Numbers and Operations in Base Ten
-(NF) Numbers and Operations - Fractions
-(MD) Measurement and Data
-(PS) Physical Science
-(LS) Life Science
-(ESS) Earth and Space Science
-(ETS) Engineering, Technology and Application in Science
The blank, editable PowerPoint posters also have pages for (AH) American History, (WH) World History, (CG) Civics and Geometry, (GE) Geography, and (EC) Economics. I have not included any Social Studies standards because each state has their own (no national standards are available).
To help you keep track of the standards through the year there is also a Standards Check List. You can write the date of instruction, or the date your students master that standard.
Created by Debbie Crockett for Crockett's Classroom
graphic letters from kpmdoodles.com