|Common Core Standards Binder Organization|
Binders strike again! I keep so many of my school things in binders. Just makes my life easier. 🙂 I used to keep my lesson plans in the old lesson plan booklet that the school provides for you. But I put that to the side and am keeping my plans in my planning binder. I keep sight word lists in there too just to be sure I am incorporating those words with the books we read.
The photo above is another binder for common core. I teach several different grades so I needed something to keep my standards for those grades organized. So now I use my lesson plan binder PLUS my common core standards binder. I have each binder tabbed now to the grade levels and it makes writing out my lesson SO much easier.
|Lesson Plan Organizer|
You may recognize this binder. I have used it before. I tend to tweak things every year, so I am using it for lesson plans now!
The common core organizer has been very helpful to me as I can write in the dates that I teach each standard. There is also a place for the percentage that mastered the assessment for each standard.
But what I like best is that I can write in notes for myself like what books I used to teach with or what activities I used. Then I have that for next year’s planning! Anything that saves me time is GREAT! And a plus is if my administration wants to know right now if I have taught a particular standard or how many times- it’s right there! No having to look through all my lesson plans to find it.
I have ELA Documentation Checklists available for grades K-5 if you need them! Just click HERE.
Enjoy your day being organized! 🙂