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Old 06-12-2017, 09:24 AM
 
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Congratulations on the job!

Before I can give you any real help I need to know what state you will be teaching in. Standards vary from state to state. I would get a copy of those standards and the districts curriculum map/pacing guide t see what needs to be taught when. This will give you an idea a what goes first and what your focus needs to be on. If plants is taught in the spring don't worry about this right now.

I caution you about spending money on TPT. There's some great stuff, BUT there's some really awful stuff. I'm a former curriculum person and know teachers that paid good money for stuff and found it was garbage.

Once you know your content and standards you can Google them to find ideas. Sometimes you can find a districts curriculum map for free and are able to tweak it to meet your needs.
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