**I have been on summer vacation for 2 weeks here in Georgia!! Wahoo! So now that I have relaxed, it's time for a little common core planning :) I know some of you have already started teaching with the common core standards, but I will be working to implement them into my classroom next school year. I have created a few UNIT ASSESSMENTS for math that correlate with the common core standards. It's not exactly how I would normally organize units, but I created them to follow the CCGPS (Georgia) curriculum map and units. Hopefully this is helpful for some of you! Enjoy your weekend :)**

**Click on the links below to check out the units! Let me know what you think.**

**Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4**

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These are awesome! Thank you so much for creating them AND sharing them! =)

Heather

Heather's HeartThank you so much for sharing your wonderful work!

WOW!! You are super!!! These are fabulous!! :)

Thanks so much for these!! They are awesome!

Thank you for sharing!

These are great - even though I teach K, many of the CCSS are the same, and for those that aren't, your assessments are easily adaptable!

Thank you for sharing these. They are great!

These are exactly what I have been looking for! So much better than the frameworks assessments. Are you planning on making any for units 5 & 6?

Thank you for sharing!

Sweet Honey in 2nd

Yes...This is the first year our county is working with common core so I haven't had a chance to make all the units yet. I will share units 5 and 6 as soon as I get them done, but it may not be until after school gets started.

OMG! What a godsend you are!!!! I just met with my team yesterday and this is our first year with Common Core. We were discussing making assessments for Math and I just so happened to stumble upon your blog from Pinterest. Thank you so much for posting these (not to mention posting them for free)! This is EXTREMELY helpful! Is there any way you could email me these in a Word Doc form?? Our pacing was set by the county so it is a little different from yours. Any help would be much appreciated!

Amy

firstgradepandamonium@yahoo.com

firstgradepandamonium.blogspot.com

P.S. THANKS AGAIN for being such an AWESOME resource for Common Core!!!!!

Thank you for sharing. These look awesome.

Thank you! These are great!

Thank you! I appreciate the handy resources!

Thank you for making there! They are wonderful assessments. I teach in Spanish and I would like to translate them so that I can use them in my classroom. Is there anyway you could send me the documents so that I could edit them? My email is jkeddied@waukesha.k12.wi.us

Thanks again!! :)

Thank you thank you!!

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!! YOU ARE FABULOUS!!! Is there anyway I could get a copy that can be edited also?

Bea Samples

bsamples@jackson.k12.ga.us

Thank you so much for sharing!!!

These assessments are by far some of the best I have seen! Thank you so much for sharing! Will you be adding anymore? I would be willing to pay for them...lol! Thanks for everything!

These are great. I needed some wonderful items to help my grade level out. Thanks so much.

Did you make any more units?

These are WONDERFUL!! Definitely one of the most helpful things out there I've found. By any change are you going to make an assessment for Unit 5 and 6??? :)

These are very helpful! Thank you so much for sharing. It is so difficult to get things like this made for everything we need.

These are so helpful. Thank you!

These are great! Thanks for sharing.

Thank you SO much! These are awesome!

Thank you SO much! These are awesome!

Thank you soooo much!

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I am not even sure why there is "common core"...there is nothing common about it. Making the problems more complicated than they need to be, thereby making the students use up more time during their timed tests...tests that do not care if how you solve the problem as long as you solve it because a good chunk of state tests are...what? Multiple choice, that's what. The little girl I tutored could do her math the "old fashioned way" in half the time it took her to try to attempt solving it using common core instructions, thus failing math class, but making high marks on her state test....

This is discouraging and disheartening to the students, I've come in contact with, that are required to use it. We are supposed to uplift them, encourage them, teach them. Besides, I thought simplification was preferred in mathematics?

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HOLY COW_ this is so amazing and perfect! clear, concise, covers everything, and gives us data to prove why a student would get a 1/2/3. I am so thankful I found this!

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