Saturday, November 3, 2012

Essential Standards Checklist

I am Baaaccckkk!! I can't believe it's been so long since my last post! I have been busy, busy, busy!

Let's start back at the classroom! Here are some pictures of my room this year.

It has been a great layout and I enjoy the pleasant atmosphere my room creates (considering I spend more time in my classroom than anywhere else).

Now down to business...
I have created two new items that can be found in my TpT store.

The first is a checklist for the North Carolina Essential Standards for Science and Social Studies (3rd Grade).

Click here if you would like this checklist.

I also made a skeleton cut and paste for the NC Essential Standard 3.L.1.1. In this sort, students decide which bones are needed for movement, protection, and support.

If you would like this activity, visit my TpT store.

Now that I am back at it - I can't wait to share all the things my class has been up to.

Stay tuned...


  1. Hi Angie, I apologize if you've already covered this, but I just discovered your site (through another site's post about the sharpie desk names) and I'm wondering about the [appear to be blank] colored papers hanging on your wall. Could you explain what they're used for?

  2. Oh, just took a close look and I'm guessing they are frames for student work, or that's what I plan to use them for! ;)
    I'm thinking sheet protectors with tape around the edges. I think I've seen something like that floating around the blogosphere; used for erasable center work.