Anything you could want for the board
Tons of CCSS activities
Everything you could possibly need for math instruction
A gigantic list of books to use during math instruction
An amazing wealth of riches and information. All research-based and really helpful.
All you could ever need or want for math resources
*Kid Friendly Standards
Both for ELA and math
*Common Core Math Lessons
You'll have to pay, but they're good lessons
Sample questions and performance tasks
videos of great instruction
lots of links, including enVision pacing guides
Amazing brain breaks that are goofy and a lot of fun. Use these to help focus your kids, or give them a little mental break.
Florida's official standards website. TONS of information!
Two literacy specialists. Their website has many different literacy resources and PowerPoints with tons of information.
teacher-designed writing prompts. Very cool!!
Holy cow! These are so cool!! I love the fraction wall and the fractals creator.
Lots of ready to use worksheets
really great articles on Common Core. The rest of the site looks great, too!
so many resources! I haven't explored them all, but in time I will. Let me know if you find something cool!
Newest links from our most recent workshop with Dr. Nicki Newton
(if you don't know her, get to know her. Check out her blog here
OMG! This is so rich with resources. She's got so much to offer. Check it out!!
This link is to their CCSS Toolkit. 4 pages of online resources! I like the videos page.
These videos were created by the writers of the CCSS walking you through different CCSS topics.
Very long, but worth the 17 minutes. Very inspiring!! Get rid of "clutter in the curriculum". LOVE it!
A great set of videos that explain how the fraction standards are organized and what they entail.
A clear explanation of CCSS fractions
What an amazing collection of assessments by standard. Really well thought out, really interesting. Check them out--it's worth your time. This link is for 4th grade (duh, I'm a 4th grade teacher!) but you can use the tabs on the right side of the page to find your grade level.
The Critical Areas came first, then they created these Major Clusters. Use them to help design your school year. Your students should have 100% mastery of the "green bucket" items.
From the Institute for Mathematics and Education from U of A. Looks at the articulation of concepts through the grade levels.
The Magic Math Machine for real. What a fun game!!
Tape diagrams (or bar diagrams) is a strategy specifically called out in the standards. This is a great way for the kids to show their thinking in math.
A super-fun game to practice measuring angles. It's totally like the 4th grade SBAC angle question on the practice test. Try it out!
HUNDREDS of interactive activities and lessons. I'm blown away with how cool this site is. (Found by one of my students during math today, by the way. He was looking for geometry vocabulary, and chanced upon this site. GREAT JOB, PORTER!) :)
Lots of links for literacy, math, and CCSS-specific sites. I'm a fan of the "Common Core Writing Samples" from Oregon Department of Education.
math and literacy games aligned with CCSS.
The website from the George Lucas Educational Foundation.
Math games are arranged by topic and by grade level. Great resource for CCSS math games.
Jo Boaler's amazing website for both parents, teachers, and students. It's amazing!!! Full of resources, activities, and research on both CCSS and Mindset.
Links for math vocabulary:
A comprehensive collection of math vocabulary lists
Vocabulary cards, activities, website links, etc.
Super-duper really cool math vocabulary cards by grade level
Lots of graphic organizers for vocabualry
A pretty cool interactive math dictionary
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Thank you to 4th Grade Loma Portal teacher, Amy Kinseth, for creating this page of Teacher Common Core Materials. Please email her with questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.