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Management

Classroom management materials and strategies can help teachers have a more successful year.

classroom management

As new ideas evolve, The Curriculum Corner works to grow our classroom management collection.

Jill & Cathy will continue to work to add free management materials to our free collection.

Within our management resources, you will find a variety of materials. Our most popular resources includes editable teacher management binders, “I Can” Common Core Standards, a range of bell ringers and much more.

Find the resources you need on The Curriculum Corner.

Editable Teacher Planning Binders

Our first big resource many years ago was our original teacher planning binder. Since that time our binder collection has grown.

Our newest collection of planning binders are completely editable.

You will find additional editable binders including some in color here:

Complete Editable Binder Collection


The Original “I Can” Standards Statements

When the Common Core standards were first released, we were the first to create “I Can” statements for grades K through 6.

Request quickly grew and as the standards changed, we decided to take the big step to modify our resources.

At this time, we rewrote our “I Can” statements to spiral between grade levels. We felt that commonality in language was important for schools to have.

Our newest statements cover grades K – 8.

We also hired teachers fluent in Spanish to translate the standards for K – 6 to Spanish.

You will find our “I Can” resources here:

I Can Common Core Statements
Along with our Common Core based standards, you will also find select “I Can” resources for general standards. These are designed for those teachers not following Common Core

Meaningful Mornings

Morning work used to be the thing to do as students entered the classroom. Students would complete a worksheet of some sort before class officially started.

How often would this morning work end up become one more thing for teachers to deal with later in the day? Students who were late might miss recess because they hadn’t finished. Those students who needed a little help would start their day off frustrated. Other students flew through the worksheet and it was just busy work.

We have moved our focus for morning work opportunities to more interactive materials.

Within this collection we are providing bell ringers and daily welcome messages. Our hope is that these resources will encourage students to interact with each other and get in some movement.

morning welcome activities
Click Above for Morning Materials

Additional classroom management resources can be found here:

Classroom Organization
Classroom Management

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