We hope you enjoy our Top 10 posts of 2016, filled with so many free teaching resources!
2016 has been an exciting year for Jill and I at The Curriculum Corner. We are so thankful for all of the followers who have been with us from the beginning and welcome all of the new teachers who have joined us along the way! As we wrap up the year and look ahead to what 2017 may bring, we are excited to share our Top 10 Posts of 2016!
This year we made an effort to remake all of our binders into an editable format – and made them even bigger! Our most popular has been our Editable Student Data Binder.
Our next success was our Editable Teacher Planning Binder. This binder is packed with a wide variety of organizational materials that will help you get your year started and keep you organized all year long.
In need of timed tests for math fact practice? We have wrapped ours into one, large download! Take a peek at our Multiplication Timed Tests.
Our Small Group Toolkit is packed with resources to help you plan for your small group reading instruction.
One of our old favorites was our original fairy tale unit of study – we gave this unit a new look with all new anchor charts, graphic organizers and additional lessons and printables. You will love this new Fairy Tale Unit of Study!
More math fact practice with these Addition Timed Tests! This set is geared towards addition. Don’t worry, if you need division or subtraction, you will find the link at the bottom of the multiplication and addition posts.
This is our most popular part of our small group toolkit. This collection of fluency resources is loaded with so many goodies! Take a look at our Fluency for Small Groups!
This Reading Management Binder is completely editable! You will find pages for planning, conferencing and tracking growth.
Our Fall Themed Print & Go pages really took off this autumn! We know this is a seasonal set so we’ll add a few more timely print & go sets at the bottom of this post.
We have created 244 Graphic Organizers designed to address reading standards for K – 5th grades. Just pick the set that fits your grade level!
WOW! It’s been a busy year. We have a few favorites that didn’t make it into our Top 10 that we will share below. Thank you again to all of our loyal followers and welcome to any newbies who stumbled upon this post!
A few of our other favorites: