Sunday, January 13, 2013

Common Core {Kid-Friendly}



The sweet Monica over at Schroeder Page  gave me the inspiration for my next Common Core freebie! Head over to Monica's blog and check it out because it's fabulous!


With the words "Common Core" being such buzz words around education right now, I thought I'd give my students a little insight on what it means....in kid-friendly terms {and it helps the parents, too}!





After I taught them about it, it was time that they did their own craftivity, so they'd REMEMBER it! :)

I have my students free-hand the apple on construction paper! :)








20 comments:

Amber said...

This is genious! What a great way to teach the kids (and their parents.
Thank you so much for sharing.
Amber
Mrs. Laue's Littles

Erin said...

This is wonderful! I just downloaded it. Now where to plug it into my lesson plans????

Thanks for sharing.

Erin

Across the Hall said...

What a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

Halle
Across the Hall in 2nd Grade

Mrs. Parker said...

This is a great visual! I love the descriptors. Thank you for sharing it. I will be sharing this link with my administration.

Sandy said...

This is SO cute and just what the kids need to better understand CC! It'll definitely help them take responsibility for their own learning too! Thank you for sharing!!!! :) Have a great rest of the weekend!!!

FirstGradeBlueSkies (Jennifer) said...

Very cute!
Jennifer
First Grade Blue SKies

Lisa at Fourth and Ten said...

LOVE this visual! Perfect for helping kiddos understand the importance of the CC! :)


Lisa
Fourth and Ten
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Katie said...

Super cute! What a great way to get the kids involved and help deepen their understanding of how and why things are changing a bit in school! :) Thanks!!

Katie
Smiles from 2nd Grade

Jennifer Findley said...

This is fabulous! Thanks for sharing!

Jennifer
Teaching to Inspire in 5th

Susan Moran said...

This is SUCH a great idea, Rachelle! Thank you so much for this freebie!

:)

Susan
T.G.I.F. (Thank God it's First Grade!)

2 Super Teachers said...

We love, love, love this! We will be doing this with our kiddos. Thank you so much for sharing☺

Victoria & Tricia♥

Johanna Tackitt said...

Love it!!!!

☏Johanna
First Grade Fanatic!

Fluttering Through First Grade said...

LOOOOOOVVVEEE this!

Primary Paradise said...

What a great way to help the kids and parents make a connection. Love it.
Tammy
Primary Paradise

~DeAnne~ said...

What a great idea!! You, my dear, are FABULOUS! Thanks for sharing.

įƒ¦DeAnne
First Grade and Fabulous

Kristy said...

What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing!
Teachin' First

Stacy said...

BEST thing I have found online ALL week :) This is going to make a GREAT hallway display when I get back to work. Thank you for sharing!!!
Stacy
Funky Fresh Firsties

Mrs. Schroeder said...

That is the cutest!!!! Thanks so much for bringing my image alive. I can't wait to make this with my class!
Monica

Jennifer said...

What a great way to make the kids aware and responsible for learning the common core.

Jennifer
Darling Little Learners

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