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Fry Word Tracking Check Off Pages

Fry word check off lists - awesome check off lists for tracking Fry Word Progress | The Curriculum Corner | FREE

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Fry Word Tracking Check Off Pages

Begin your school year by assessing how many words your students can read using these Fry Word Check Off Pages. An organized way record their known words and create word stacks for them to practice with the Fry Word cards - also on this site!


These Anchor Chart posters can be used to hang up for reference when students need to remember the steps to solving a word problem using UPS Check. I changed the Thinking Patterns in June, and these posters reflect those changes. I have more information about UPS Check and the new Thinking Pattern and Strip diagrams on my blog: We use this process to solve a daily word problem that is a part of my series called Texas Tornado Spiral Review.

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Weekly Nonsense Word Checks

This download contains 27 decodable lists of nonsense words that can be used along with any reading or phonics series to assess student learning. Skills


This is a FREE resource, to help you track and communicate a student's sight word progress. This packet is designed for those who use Jan Richardson. Hope you enjoy! If you like this FREEBIE, please follow my store for other freebies to come! Thank you!

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Word Problem Strategy Posters


UPSCheck Problem Solving Process Poster from Mrs. A. Colwell's Creations on - (4 pages) - UPSCheck is a fantastic problem solving process for students to use with math word problems. Teach students to write UPScheck on their test papers and to follow each step of the process.


This freebie comes with 18 colorful multiplication and division task cards, student answer sheets as well as answer keys for students to check their work. There are a mixture of multiplication word problems and division word problems. Students need to determine which skill is needed to solve the problem and then write the equation on their answer sheet. The questions cover the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables. The cards will work well in stations, individual work and for early finishers.