My binders seem to be one of the hot topics of my blog, so I thought I would go into a little more detail about my CCSS - Math binder. You can see that I have re-done the cover (I've re-done them all, but more on that at a later time!).
This is what the inside looks like:
The very first thing you see is the CCSS check off list that I got from MissMathDork. She has created these wonderful checklists for all the common core math standards. The best thing about them is that they are FREE! You can get them here:
The next tab is a printed version of the CCSS, which you can get HERE.
The next tab is a list and a set of posters for the Mathematical Practices. You can find several versions on TpT HERE.
I printed this set from Jordan School District and they are FREE!
The math dept in my district put together packets for all the teachers with resources in them. The next two sections come from that packet. The district didn't want to re-create the wheel, so they borrowed materials from states that had already implemented the CCSS.
The first are documents from the Arizona DOE. The document titled, Arizona's Common Core Standards - Mathematics, goes through each standard and lists the mathematical practices aligned to the standard and gives an explanation and examples. They have added a new feature, called Placemats, that have all the standards listed on one sheet.
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction also put together a similar document where they have "unpacked" the standards.
If you teach ELA you can find the links HERE.
One of my favorite documents is the Common Core "FlipBook." It was compiled by the Kansas Association of Teachers of Mathematics. They gathered information from a number of places including the Ohio and N. Carolina DOE (states which had already started using the CCS). The "FlipBook" provides a sample of instructional strategies and examples. The "FlipBooks" can be found for Grades K-8 and High School. I haven't printed this document as it is about 70 pgs, but I do have copies of it saved on my computer.
Now it appears that the Arizona DOE put together their own FlipBooks for the high school standards which has links included. You can find it HERE.
The last tab is a document that I found that lists all the CCSS and how they match up with the textbook that we use.
There is a misc tab in there (the green one) that has a document about how our state is transitioning to the CCSS.
I haven't printed these yet, but here are wonderful vocabulary list by grade level by Jordan School District.
You can also find vocabulary cards already done for you HERE.
I hope that this post has been useful and not too wordy. Let me know if you have any questions!