Sunday, September 16, 2012

Kindergarten Common Core! (resources)

Like many others, my district has adopted the Common Core State Standards this year for Kindergarten!  I feel like CCSS is one of the latest and greatest buzz words because it is absolutely everywhere!  I want to share with you a few resources that I have come across to help me meet these standards.

First of all, have you checked out Charity Preston's latest resource? AWESOME!! She has put together a site for reading and for math that lists tons of free and paid products specific to each Common Core standard K-12!

Common Core Reading LessonsCommon Core Math Lessons

Here is another fantastic resource for Common Core.  Read Tennessee breaks down each K-3 standard (reading and math) and offers multiple ideas for lessons, assessments, etc.  This is one you need to bookmark for sure!

I also came across this Kindergarten Common Core Workbook. 

It has over 600 pages of worksheets, activities, and posters for both ELA and Math for Kindergarten Common Core.  How wonderful to have resources for each skill all bound together in one workbook! I'm thinking this workbook will really come in handy for assessment purposes. You can download a 34 page free preview of the workbook here.

What resources have you come across?  Leave a comment below to share!

9 comments:

  1. Along with other great resources, Teaching Channel has over 100 videos aligned to the Common Core. Check it out!

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  2. Thanks for the shout out. :) Those are all wonderful resources!

    Charity

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  3. Great! I am looking for materials as I'm setting up homeschool for my kids and you've just given me some great resources. Thank you.
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  4. Thanks for the heads up! Will check it out.

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  5. This book is a MUST HAVE for Kindergarten teachers!!!

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  6. Hello there! Do you use Twitter? I’d like to follow you if that would be ok. I’m absolutely enjoying your blog and look forward to new posts.

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    1. Yes! :) https://twitter.com/MrsLirette

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