K Common Core posters - EDITABLE - PowerPoint, ELA, Math, Science, Soc Studies

K Common Core posters - EDITABLE - PowerPoint, ELA, Math, Science, Soc Studies
K Common Core posters - EDITABLE - PowerPoint, ELA, Math, Science, Soc Studies
K Common Core posters - EDITABLE - PowerPoint, ELA, Math, Science, Soc Studies
K Common Core posters - EDITABLE - PowerPoint, ELA, Math, Science, Soc Studies
K Common Core posters - EDITABLE - PowerPoint, ELA, Math, Science, Soc Studies
K Common Core posters - EDITABLE - PowerPoint, ELA, Math, Science, Soc Studies
K Common Core posters - EDITABLE - PowerPoint, ELA, Math, Science, Soc Studies
K Common Core posters - EDITABLE - PowerPoint, ELA, Math, Science, Soc Studies
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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)


WHY these are so GREAT!
* editable in MS PowerPoint ... change the text if needed (make them into "We can"
* 2 standards per page (size 4.25 x 11)
* super CUTE graphics from Nikki at Melonheadz
* subject headers, jpeg format so you can print any size ( blank headers - MS PowerPoint)

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K – Science Standards
• I can use my senses to create a hypothesis, and focus a question that can lead to an investigation.
• I can communicate effectively using science language and reasoning with peers.
• I can describe and classify objects in the day and night sky.
• I understand that the Sun supplies heat and light to the Earth.
• I can demonstrate how water and wind move nonliving things.
• I can explain what happens when you block the sun’s light.
• I can observe and record that weather changes occur from day‐to‐day.
• I can observe and record that weather changes occur from season to season.
• I understand how weather can affect us.
• I can observe and record that weather changes occur from season to season.
• I can observe and record that big rocks break down into small rocks.
• I can recognize earth materials.
• I can compare and sort materials of different composition.
• I can use my senses to classify materials according to their attributes.
• I can sort objects into categories according to their motion.
• I can push, pull, and roll objects and describe their motions.
• I can describe how parts are used to build things and how things can be taken apart.
• I can explain why things may not work the same if some of the parts are missing.
• I can differentiate between the five senses.
• I can compare the parts of different animals.
• I understand that some things are in the sky and then return to earth.
• I understand that the sun, moon, and stars are in the sky, but don’t come down.
• I can explain why a book does not fall if it is placed on a table, but will fall down if it is dropped.
• I understand the difference between living organisms and nonliving materials.
• I can group animals according to their characteristics.
• I can identify major parts of plants.
• I can explain the similarities and differences between a parent and a baby.
• I can recognize that we have similarities and differences.


K – Social Studies – general standards
• I can describe and compare characteristics of self and others.
• I can explain how people change over time.
• I can demonstrate respect for others.
• I can explain the elements of culture, including language, dress, food, shelter, and stories.
• I can identify family members.
• I can explain family rules and routines.
• I can describe ways that families provide love, care, food, shelter, clothing, companionship, and protection.
• I can explain how families change over time.
• I can describe family members' duties and responsibilities within the family.
• I can share how families celebrate occasions such as birthdays and holidays.
• I can explain why families and classrooms have rules.
• I can demonstrate positive relationships through play and friendship.
• I can demonstrate respect for others, leaders, and the environment.
• I can identify examples of honesty, responsibility, patriotism, and courage.
• I can recite name, address, and telephone number.
• I can follow safety procedures for school emergencies.
• I can recognize and explain common traffic symbols.
• I can identify school personnel to whom students can go to for help or safety.
• I can identify and articulate the purpose and role of authority figures.
• I can recognize state and national symbols.
• I can identify the rules and etiquette of citizenship.
• I can locate objects in the classroom using the terms near/far, left/right, behind/in front, and up/down.
• I can identify and describe physical features.
• I can make a simple map.
• I can identify maps and globes.
• I can distinguish between land and water on maps and globes.
• I can identify cardinal directions on a map.
• I can identify the difference between basic wants and needs.
• I can describe how basic human needs, such as food, shelter, and clothing, can be met.
• I can identify the jobs in the home and in the school.
• I can explain why people work.
• I can describe different types of jobs that people do and the tools and equipment that they use.
• I can recognize various forms of United States coins and currency.



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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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.

LAMINATING:
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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