In honor of back to school and new standards for teaching, I finally joined TeachersPayTeachers!
I spent this morning developing a Common Core Report Card in Excel. When I finished, I thought, “Why don’t I share this with other teachers?” You can download my report card with the anchor standards and additional standards now at my TeachersPayTeachers store. It’s available for trimester grading and quarter grading calendars.
I also posted my Common Core Math Problem of the Week worksheet for FREE download. It’s adaptable to all grade levels. You type in your own problem, the Common Core standard, and let the students work it out in the thinking bubbles.
It’s the beginning of the year, and I’m giving away my Student Information Survey in English and Spanish. It’s a great way to get to know personal details about your students, from their parents. The questions ask about food allergies, family members, pets, reading habits, extracurricular activities, and other topics. I’ve used this for years, and parents have told me they love being able to tell me about their children’s strengths and their concerns.
The last file I added today is my Math Quick Reference Sheet. It’s great for homework folders and putting inside binders. It has songs, charts, and mnemonics for remembering things like prime numbers, order of operations, double digit multiplication, and the mean.