These Fourth Grade Common Core Posters are large, and colorful! The perfect way to display the daily standards to your students. With the Monster theme they're even more adorable!
This zip file contains pdf posters for all CCSS Fourth Grade standards.
It also has editable PowerPoint file so you can add your own standards. Please check out the preview to see what's included.
Each poster (8.5 X 11 in., landscape view) contains one standard with KG Part of Me font.
Each Fourth cc 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.
The posters are organized into 5 areas.
Reading (RL, RI, RF standards)
Writing (W standards)
Language (SL, L standards)
Math ( OA, NBT, NF, MD and G standards)
Science (PS, LS, ESS, ETS standards)
(There are no Social Studies standards, but you can add your own with the editable PowerPoint file included in the zipped file.)
To help you keep track of the standards through the year there is a a Standards Check List. You can write the date of instruction, or the date your students master that standard.
Bonus!!! This zip file now includes editable Powerpoint pages so you can add your own standards for reading, writing, language, math, science and social studies.
For more ways to keep your teaching life organized check out:
Too Organized! Teacher Binder
Want an inspiring way to start your school year, try this:
Begin the Year with Winn Dixie, Life Lessons
Created by Debbie Crockett
Copyright © 2014 Debbie Crockett
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Permission to copy for single classroom use only.
Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only.
The Common Core Standards used in this product were developed and written by the NGA.
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