Learning Targets and Essential Questions

Hey everyone!

Today I'm sharing about math and language arts learning targets from Carson- Dellosa.

I received a box for grade 4 and love that I can switch to essential questions or "I can" statements (which I'm required to use). Sometimes I can't think of the exact math or reading standard I want to write, so these are helpful in this case. 

On one side are the I can statements and the standard written in the corner.

 On the other side, there is an essential question, also the standard written in the corner.

 I really love that you can organize the standards with tabs, it's already come in handy!
You can fit the cards in pocket charts, or if you have a whiteboard spot like me, I like clipping the targets to a magnet.

These learning targets have already made my life easier and saved me time from writing them out!

Review Disclaimer: I participate in the Brand Ambassador Program for Carson-Dellosa and have received this product for free to review.

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First Day Photo Booth

Hey everyone!

We've settled into the swing of things at school, as we get ready to start our third week.My class has been working hard with place value, learning about Oregon Native Americans, and writing narratives.

Flashback to the first day of school. I wanted to rev up our first day with a photobooth and the kids loved it!

I just found some props on line and cut them out. Super simple. Grabbed some dowel sticks and taped them on.

They stood in front of the frame with the hashtag in the back.

By far my most favorite pic ever!!! Mustache man haha!

I printed out their pictures and put them in both of the black framed cabinet doors. The kiddos look at them and smile all the time.

It was an easy thing to do, took only a few minutes for pictures, and the kids will definitely remember the first day of school!

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