"I Can" Posters {with visuals}

FINALLY finished my Kindergarten Common Core GPS Math "I Can" posters!!! I created posters 2 years ago to fit the Georgia Kindergarten standards. Now that we are making the switch to Common Core, I created these new posters. What I love about these is that the visuals help my students, especially my students with disabilities. As soon as they see the poster, they know the learning target/focus!! (of course, that is after much talk about the standards and language of the standards involved with that particular target) PLEASE leave a commnet to let me know what you think or if you find any errors.

You can get these here!




31 comments:

  1. Wow! That had to be a lot of work! Thank you SO MUCH for sharing! These will be put to great use in my classroom.

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  2. These are terrific! Thank you for sharing them for FREE!

    Jessica
    The Littlest Scholars

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  3. I have was just starting to work on something similar. Thank you from a fellow GA K teacher.

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  4. WOW!! How have I just found your blog?!? It is AWESOME!! Thank you for all of your hard work, and for sharing with us for FREE! I am a new follower!!

    Kindergarten Is A Jungle

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  5. thanks for the comments ladies - yes, as you can imagine, much time was placed in making these! They are well worth it, as I will use them every day!! Enjoy!!

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  6. Can you tell me how to download your materials? I just found you and you do great work. Thank you for sharing!!!

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  7. Hey Dana , thanks so much for stopping by... Just click on the image with the polka dots

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  8. Thank you! This is an awesome resource!
    ReadWriteSing

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  9. These are great! I love the visuals for our kindies!
    I found your blog through pinterest and am your newest follower!

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  10. thanks ladies - yes, I have realized that the visuals are KEY with my kinder babies & they really help them in communicating about the standards!! thank you for visiting ladies!!! :)

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  11. WOW! Very impressive. Thanks so much for sharing! I will be using your posters.
    M Aleem
    I <3 Extended Day Kindergarten

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  12. WOW! I love them. Do you have Language Arts ones, too? :) Thanks so much for sharing.
    Mrs. Carbone's Gingergarten

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  13. Kris, I do have ELA, but am updating it, so I will post the newest version soon!!! thanks:)

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  14. Kris, I do have ELA, but am updating it, so I will post the newest version soon!!! thanks:)

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  15. Once again, you leave me speechless, and all I can say is THANK YOU!!!

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  16. Hi, I just found you!!! When I try to download, I get something about exceeding bandwidth. Do you know what this means? vhair61215@gmail.com

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  17. Oh my word! These are a true blessing! Many thanks! :)

    Taryn Ryan
    Taryn.Ryan@fairfieldsfuture.org

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  18. I discovered your blog today via Pinterest. Thanks so much for all your freebies. Your CC ELA & math "I Can" posters with visuals are great for my ELL and emergent readers! What a timesaver!!

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  19. i am so glad they are going to be helpful for you!!! yay! yes, great visual cues!!

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  20. Thank you so much for your wonderful posters! I appreciate that you are willing to share your work!

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  21. Thank you for sharing! Just curious, how do you document/keep track of students when they master an I can statement? Do you display who has mastered each standard?

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  22. I keep up with it in my CC Assessment Notebook, at my link here: http://teachertakers.blogspot.com/2012/04/common-core-assessment-notebook.html

    :)

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  23. Are there different links to your CC math posters? I downloaded the one from 2011 / 2012 & then noticed a comment that you updated it? I was wondering if I need to go thru it page by page to look for the corrections, or, if I downloaded it today, the entire poster pack would be updated. Sorry if this seems like a crazy question. I just don't want to print it all out again if I don't have to. BTW....These are lifesavers....I am THRILLED to find them. thank you thank you thank you!

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  24. this one is the updated version:) No need to look through it!

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  25. Thank you for this amazing resource!!! I am your newest follower!

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  26. I am so grateful for all your work you have so generously posted on your site!
    I am a first year teacher and I am using the assessments and the I can posters for my student data folders- thank you SO much!!!
    You're a God-send :)

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