Stating Your Objectives

These CC aligned objective cards for language arts and math are the perfect addition to any classroom! Quickly change out your objectives each day with these pre-printed objective cards. See how I use them in my classroom on the blog!


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In most classrooms it’s required that teachers post the daily objectives they plan to teach that day and place them somewhere visible in the room. This is so admin or other visitors can walk into your room and know what exactly you’re teaching and the standard to which you’re teaching to. These days there are a lot of creative ways to display your objectives and today I am sharing with you the pre-made Common Core aligned objective cards that I’ve used in my own classroom - but now I’m beginning to add these cards in K-6th grade formats!

Quickly check that to-do list!
In the past I have used these objective cards right next to my daily schedule by laminating and placing a magnet on the backs so they stick right to our board, but these objective cards can be used on a bulletin board or even a pocket chart! It’s completely up to you. Having the objectives already printed off allowed me to quickly swap them out when preparing for the next day and I know they’ll be useful in other classrooms as well! It’s so helpful to find products that don’t take a lot of prep, help in the long run, and allow me to move on to more important tasks!

Editable!
These downloads also include blank cards for reading, writing, and math clip art so that you can write in your own objectives if there are any that differ from the CCS. They feature bold color coded trim so you and your students can differentiate between subjects and include both the CCS written in the top left corner and clearly stated objectives, which are outlined on the CCS website.

These CC aligned objective cards for language arts and math are the perfect addition to any classroom! Quickly change out your objectives each day with these pre-printed objective cards. See how I use them in my classroom on the blog!

How do you display your standards in the classroom? Share a link to a post or comment below!

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  1. I clicked on the link but nothing happens?

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    1. the clickable links are the grey highlighted ones. I double checked the links and they appear to be working fine. Let me know if you continue to experience this problem!

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