Saturday, March 7, 2015
Organizing My Geometry Unit
First, I like to keep my units in a binder with page protectors.
|Print off the color cover for the binder cover.|
|I use the black and white cover for my first page.|
|Table of contents and standards list.|
^The reason why the standards look different is because I live in Florida and we "technically" don't have Common Core Standards. Ours are called Florida Standards... With the exception of a few, they're still word-for-word the Common Core Standards, lol.
I take pictures and print them out of completed activities so I can remember what I did the previous year. I also print out what I want my anchor charts to look like so as we do them together I can remember what I want to include.
Center directions and materials are kept in the same sleeve until I'm ready to use them.
I like to keep assessments and their keys together as well for easy grading.
Here are a few other pictures:
Organizing math units is all about what works for you. Above is how I put my centers out for display. I got this nifty sign holder at Office Max years ago. I like it for centers because if I need to make any tweaks I can do it with dry erase and then wipe it off for next year!
If you'd like to purchase my Geometry Unit, head over to my TPT Store!