Thursday, May 10, 2012

Common Core "I Can" Posters

Not so long ago I discovered customized Common Core I Can Posters by Erin Morrison on TpT. {{Click here to check them out. }}My favorite thing about them {well TWO favorite things} are that they are written in "Kid Friendly" I can statements on one side and teacher language on the opposite side. They are adorable and it saves me the time from creating my own for next year. Best of all, she will also include your state's essential standards for science and social studies too!! After purchasing them, I emailed her my email address, grade level, and state. Within a day or two she was finished and sent them to me via email. Now my whole grade level has purchased a set from her. Thanks Erin, I just LOVE them!!




Okay, now for the part on how to organize these bad boys!! After printing, laminating, and cutting them all out, I had the dilemma of how to store and organize them. I decide to try one of my book baskets that I had purchased as a set from Really Good Stuff. I turned it sideways, cut down manilla file folders, and voila, I had the perfect storage solution. I sorted the Posters by subject and labeled the file folders. Now, I can easily access the posters when I need to change I Can statements!


Here is a closer look at my labeled file folder.






7 comments:

  1. Great idea for organizing goals!

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  2. Very well organized...I need to get on this for next year!

    Elizabeth
    Fun in Room 4B

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  3. I am so glad you like your posters Angie! What a wonderful way to organize them. I was trying to think of a way to sort mine and I love your idea of cutting the file folders in half and using a book bin. I plan on doing that this week! Thanks for the idea!

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  4. WOW, great idea....thanks for sharing!
    -Lovely Nina

    Lovely Little Learners

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