CC Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading
Keep your class informed on the Common Core with an easy-to-read printout of the English language arts anchor standards for reading.
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- Post the pages up on the wall for easy reference
- Give each pupil a small packet and refer to specific standards to focus lessons or activities
- Cute font and numbering spices up the standards
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