Wednesday, August 29, 2012

More Water Bottle Learning Centers

More Water Bottle Learning Centers!

All you need is an empty water bottle, labels, and popsicle sticks to make these learning centers.  

The popsicle sticks fit well inside of the bottles.  They are easy to put in and take out.

Place the multiplication (or addition) facts on one side of each stick with regular school glue.

Place the answer on the back.

Make perimeter sticks too!

This is great for tactile learners.  Students are able to touch each side while they determine the perimeter.  Make sure to use really good glue when you attach these!  Use an empty mayonnaise jar to store them.

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These graphic organizers make transitioning to the Common Core Standards so much easier.  The entire document includes student progress charts, colorful Common Core wall charts that summarize each standard and provide helpful hints, graphic organizers that include key words from each standard, and question answering frames to assist students in answering every part of each Common Core standard.

The graphic organizers are aligned to each Literature and Information Text Standard.  They include many of the key words from each standard.
If you have students that need assistance with answering a Common Core aligned question, the question answering frames guide students by providing key words they could include in their explanations.  The question answering frames are aligned to the frameworks.
An extension menu is just one of the items included in this 54+ page document.  The menu provides a list of specific activities a student could complete.
Scroll to the middle of this page to access your grade level link.

ELA Common Core Rubrics For Each Literature and Informational Text Standard

These rubrics are a quick and easy way to assess student understanding of each ELA Literature and Informational Text Standard.

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