Thank you to Jessica Guelcher who created this set of fluency cards for her classroom and decided to share them with us. We so appreciate your willingness to share!
These cards are designed to give beginning readers fluency practice. This set includes all of the words in the fifth 100 Fry words. These words have been used to create sentences. Some other common words have been added. You can cut apart the cards, have students illustrate the sentence for visual cues and place in a baggie. During independent reading time this gives students reading practice that is just right for them.
Fry Fluency 401-420
Fry Fluency 421-440
Fry Fluency 441-460
Fry Fluency 461-480
Fry Fluency 481-500
You will find our other sets here:
Words 1 – 100
Words 101 – 200
Words 201 – 300
Words 301 – 400
We are very excited to announce a new partnership with VariQuest Visual Learning Tools! Hopefully VariQuest is the company responsible for producing your school’s poster maker. Besides the classroom tools available for you to purchase, VariQuest also has a very helpful blog which you can find here: VariQuest’s Blog. Their blog is full of great tips for teachers, headlines in education and now… resources designed by The Curriculum Corner just for VariQuest. So that all of our followers will be able to find these resources easily, we will be sharing these resources on our site as well. For each resource shared by VariQuest, we will be creating a preview of the materials on our site along with a short summary. We will include the link to the resources on their blog so that it will be easy for you to download the materials. All of the resources we create for them will include the CCSS addressed. Of course, if you are an administrator who is looking for an amazing poster maker, let us know and we will be sure to help you connect with someone at VariQuest!
Our first set of lessons are designed to help students identify the difference between physical traits and character traits. You will find an anchor chart and a graphic organizer for your lesson along with a detailed lesson plan here… Character Traits. This lesson meet standards designed for 2nd and 3rd grade students.