Common Core Planning in Word


Just a quickie today! If you were one of those that needed my Common Core Planning Sheet in a word doc. I have now downloaded it in word here. I hope it works for ya!

I'm off to see if I can sell my cute BEE rug I used to have in my classroom. Anyone need one? It's HUGE and CUTE...but you have to come and get it!






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10 comments:

  1. Thank you, Tammy. I appreciate the download. My goodness, your blog is so cute! The graphics are adorable.

    Dee
    First Impressions

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  2. Thanks, Tammy! I know this will help me with planning as we switch to the CCSS. I LOVE that dragon :)
    -Michele
    New Adventures in First Grade

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  3. Here you are making some serious learning/planning materials and I making cutesy stuff for my room! ha I need to stop the cutesy stuff and get some planning done, but the cutesy is so much more fun!

    Kelly @ I'm Not Your Grandpa, I'm Your Teacher

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  4. Thank you, thank you, thank you!! This planning sheet will help me tremendously! :)
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  5. I thought you had already sold that a long time ago!!! I like the Planning Sheet! Now, would you do some planning for me. :-)

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  6. Thanks for this, Tammy. I am working with 3 interns this year & they will be doing an alternative licensing program, which does require work with the core standards, so I know I will find your planning page useful.

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  7. I have a question, Tammy, with your planning sheet. Is this something that you have to do instead of lesson plans? Is this taking place of your lesson plans? We are changing over to the CCS also but our district is taking it in little steps. Your sheet seems like a lot of work for only one lesson. Maybe I am looking at this wrong. Give me the low down on this planning sheet?

    Hope you sold your bee rug. It sounds very cute!!

    Mrs Flickinger's Butterfly Oasis

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    1. I would not do it for every lesson, but instead for a unit/theme or standard. It is just meant to be used as a way to break down the common core and give a better visual of where you and your kiddos are headed. Does that make sense? Nope still have the rug:(

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    2. Gotcha! I will download it and see if it works for my team.

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  8. That's a good form. I think it makes sense!

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