It is already July, can you believe it? We are starting school in just over a month! Where did summer go?
To start getting ready for the school year, I've made a few resources to make your life easier... Who doesn't love that, right? :) The first is a Classroom Emergency Procedures Handbook. This handbook has basic classroom and school information, procedures for each emergency drill, and can be easily filled in by you for your classroom. I have written out the basic steps for emergency drills and things like that, all you have to do is fill in the blanks for your specific classroom. This is a great tool to have in your sub binder or sub tub (whichever you have). I can't wait to get mine in my sub tub! I am going to feel so much better knowing that any substitute that comes in my room will be better prepared for an emergency.
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You can see everything that is included in this emergency procedures handbook.
It comes with a few different covers, so you can pick the one you like best or the one that matches your classroom! :)
To help me be prepared for each lesson, I have created some 2nd grade Common Core student friendly learning targets! Right now I just have Math done, but ELA is on the way! These learning targets are not just the standards written over again. Instead, I have taken each standard and broken them down for individual lessons and in student friendly language. For example, 2.OA.1 says "I can use addition and subtraction to solve one- and two-step word problems." Well, I don't know about you, but when I start the year I don't teach addition and subtraction or one and two step word problems in the same lesson. So I have taken that learning target and broken it down into seven different learning targets! And they are super cute! Each domain is a different chevron color and they have adorable owls on them, made by the fabulous Crystal from The Library Fox. I'm so excited to use these this year. Check these out in my TPT shop HERE.
How cute are these owls!!
Each domain is a different color and has a different owl on it so you can easily organize them. They also come in grayscale!
Here are a couple of examples for what my student friendly learning targets look like...
And the standard number is written at the end of the learning target so you will know exactly which standard it addresses!
That's all I have so far... But keep watching for 2nd grade Common Core student friendly ELA learning targets. :)