Monday, June 25, 2012

3rd Grade Common Core Notebook!

Yay!   After two weeks of working, I've finished my Third Grade Common Core Notebook!  Now I will begin my notebook for first grade!  I've had so many nice comments and requests for these packets in different grade levels.  It will be so nice to use these resources this year with my students and I hope they help you all as well!  If you are a third grade teacher you will love the amount of goodies in this download to help your students organize their work samples and Common Core checklists.  As I use the second grade notebook this year with my students I will post pictures for all to see!  I would love for you all to check out this loaded 243 paged packet!  Thanks friends and have a good night!-Yvonne :)
*Parent Letter Explaining Portfolio Based Notebook

*Outline of “Third Grade at a Glance” (List of Common Core Standards) 

*Common Core EQ Posters (125 cards)

*Strand/Domain Dividers (11) (Coded by Pictures) 

*Common Core Word Wall Words (183 cards)

*My Common Core Standard Sheet 

*Work Sample (Evidence of Learning Form)

*My Common Core Conference Form (Student-Led Conferences)

*Formative or Summative “ I Can…” Skills Checklists
*Common  
 Core “ I Can…” Goal Tickets

*My ABC's and 123's of Common Core Learning Sheet

*Student Common Core "Tickets" (Cut/Paste on Assignments)

*Common Core Teacher Labels (Peel and Stick on Lesson Plans and 
Worksheets Prior to Bulk Copying)-Use Avery 8160 Labels

28 comments:

  1. I love this! I pinned the second grade one on pinterest. I am a science lab teacher, so I wouldn't be able to use this, but I would love our grade level teachers to use it! :)

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  2. Thank you! I appreciate you pinning the second grade notebook! You're sweet!

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  3. Does this include information for Common Core 3rd Grade Math or is it just Language Arts? This looks amazing, but I am a 3rd grade Math, Science and Social Studies teacher.
    Thank You for sharing Stephanie Creel

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  4. Hi there! It is for language arts and math. You have the resources you need (EQ posters, word wall cards, student checklists, standard labels,etc...) for all of the 3rd grade math standards. :)

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  5. Thanks sooo much !!!

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  6. This looks GREAT! I am heading over to add it to my wish list asap!

    I am your newest follower! Come check my blog out...I am having a huge 200 follower giveaway

    Tonya
    Tonya’s Treats for Teachers

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  7. Yvonne,
    I love it!! I will be purchasing for the fall! I love reading your blog, so I'm awarding you the Versatile Blogger award. Check my blog to see the rules you need to follow!!
    Congrats,
    Aimee
    Pencils, Books, and Dirty Looks

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  8. Any plans for a Kindergarten CC Standards Notebook? :) Pretty please with sugar on top!?!
    Mrs. Carbone's Gingergarten

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    1. Hi Kris! Thank you! I've had a couple of emails about one for K. Do you think Kinders can handle the idea of portfolio assessment? What are your thoughts as a K teacher? I was thinking they might be a little young for the recording forms, etc.... I'd love to hear other's thoughts on this as well. I know you could use the EQs, Word Wall, labels, etc... but not sure with recording forms/keeping up with artifacts (work samples). I have not taught K other than as a support teacher in the past. Let me know what you think. If enough say they think it is age-appropriate, then I would love to make one for you guys. Thanks!-Yvonne :)

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  9. I can't wait for the 1st grade one! I'm so overwhelmed with Common Core right now!
    I'm also your newest follower! :)
    First with Franklin

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  10. Great Erin! Thank you! I am following you as well. Love your blog...very cute! :)-Yvonne

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  11. This is amazing!! Any way you could be talked into making a fourth grade one???
    Kim

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  12. I love this! I am your newest follower!
    Becky
    Lesson plans & Lattes

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  13. I thought I commented earlier but I guess I didn't. Any ideas on how to modify this for 6th grade?

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  14. Hi Arlene! I'm sure it could be adapted. To be honest...I am a little nervous to go that high in levels due to questioning for the EQ cards and student checklists. I have only taught through early childhood levels and would prefer to stick to elementary levels. I could look at the standards but don't think I will be making anything beyond 4th or 5th. Thank you!-Yvonne :)

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  15. I love your blog. I am giving you the Versatile Blogger Award. Go to my blog to get your award.

    www.loveofteachingkimberly.blogspot.com

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  16. It seems like you really have a grasp on Common Core. This will be my first year working with it.I’m your newest follower. Please check out my blog if you get a chance. Calling Plays in 2nd Grade.

    SHanell

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  17. Will you be making these for Kindergarten?! Please, please, please!!!

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    1. Thank you! I've had a couple of emails about one for K. Do you think Kinders can handle the idea of portfolio assessment? What are your thoughts as a K teacher? I was thinking they might be a little young for the recording forms, etc.... I'd love to hear other's thoughts on this as well. I know you could use the EQs, Word Wall, labels, etc... but not sure with recording forms/keeping up with artifacts (work samples). I have not taught K other than as a support teacher in the past. Let me know what you think. If enough say they think it is age-appropriate, then I would love to make one for you guys. Thanks!-Yvonne :)

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  18. I love the idea for grade 8.

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  19. Celeste PridemoreJuly 9, 2012 at 12:00 PM

    Will you be making one for 4th? I teach ELA, reading, and social studies.

    Celeste P.

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  20. I'm also a 4th grade teacher in Ohio, was wondering like Celeste when/if you plan to make a 4th grade version. I teach Reading, ELA and Science.
    Tonia R.

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  21. Hi Tonia! I have the 4th grade notebook ready and posted for you to preview! It is finished and ready to use! Thanks!-Yvonne

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  22. I love this! You put so much work into it! I am your newest follower. I teach third grade, but you have a lot of ideas I can carry over. Come and stop by my blog when you can. I need to call it a night tonight, but I plan on featuring your blog as one of my newest finds!! Have a great school year!

    Megan
    http://teachingwithpencilsandpolkadots.blogspot.com

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  23. I am a 3rd grade language arts and social studies teacher. I am wondering if this good information will help me to build a language arts CC notebook.

    Thank you for your time!!!

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  24. Quick question - I've seen that colorful striped font (on the cover of the notebook) a lot lately. What is the name of it and where can I find it? :)

    Thanks!

    Leslie
    Miss R's Room

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