Common Core Kickin' Combo Giveaway!

Calling all second grade teachers!  Do you want some "Kickin" Common Core resources to help you start this school year? Then this is the giveaway for you! Saddle up and join in the fun with our ...Common Core Kickin' Combo Giveaway!  I am thrilled to partner up with three other amazing bloggers and top sellers on Teachers Pay Teachers...Yvonne from Sassy in Second and Emily and her sister Heidi from Second Story Window!  These gals have mastered Common Core and have designed resources that go beautifully together!  Here are some pics to show what all we are giving away and how you can best use all of the resources in your second grade classroom.  That is right...we will be giving one lucky winner ALL of the packets mentioned below!
Denise at Sunny Days in Second Grade
Sunny Day's TpT Store
I have designed these Common Core assessments for all second grade ELA and Math Common Core standards.  These packets provide everything a second grade teacher needs this year for formative or summative assessment. Very child friendly and right on target for checking mastery of the standards!

              Emily and Heidi at Second Story Window
               Second Story Window's TpT Store

Emily and Heidi at Second Story Window have created these amazing Common Core practice sheets for all second grade Common Core standards!  Your students will have plenty of skill practice with their awesome morning work, homework sheets, and Common Core fluency passages!  You have to see these packets to believe them!

               Yvonne at Sassy in Second
               Yvonne Dixon's TpT Store

Yvonne at Sassy in Second has created Common Core Notebooks to help with Common Core portfolios and student-led conferencing!   Included are Essential Question cards and Word Wall vocabulary to support Common Core instruction. The notebooks place students in charge of collecting their own artifacts as evidence of learning the Common Core Standards.   Math Journal Prompts for a Complete School Year are included for daily practice of Common Core math skills.
You get daily practice sheets and homework helpers to support your Common Core instruction!  These sheets are supportive of your Essential Question and Vocabulary Word Wall cards provided in the Common Core Notebook.  As your students use the morning work and homework practice sheets they master the standards.  Use Second Story Window's practice sheets to provide the evidence of learning to place in the portfolios. The reading fluency passages are coded with the standards so students can file them behind the domain cards and standards as evidence in their notebooks.
You will receive assessments for all of the Math and ELA Common Core Standards to check for mastery of skills.  These formative or summative assessments are a wonderful way to see who has mastered certain standards and to see who still needs to work on Common Core learning goals.  Once students show evidence of learning the standards, they file their assessments behind the domain cards in the Common Core Notebooks attached to an Evidence of Learning Form from the Common Core Notebook.
We are excited to give away all of these Common Core goodies to one lucky winner!  There is no purchase necessary.  All you have to do is become a follower of our blogs, follow our TpT stores,  and spread the word of this giveaway either with a tweet, Facebook, or Pinterest (your choice).  Leave your comment on Sassy in Second letting us know you've done all three things along with your email. 
We'll pull the lucky winner from comments left only on Sassy in Second on Saturday night (Sept. 1st) at 10:00! 

Good luck and thank you for participating in our Common Core Kickin' Giveaway!  


  1. Is there anything like this for 1st grade? This looks wonderful!!!

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  3. Love this giveaway! I've done everything!


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  5. If I knew how to do all of those things I would! All of this looks amazing! I am just not THAT computer savvy, and I don't think I will ever fully comprehend tweeting!


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