Written by Cassie (Teach Starter)
Posted Wednesday June 27, 2018
The most popular teaching resources on the Teach Starter website have a few things in common. One, they have been created by members of the experienced Teach Starter resource team. Two, they have been made beautiful by the talented Teach Starter graphic designers and illustrators. And three, you guys LOVE them! Yet again we’ve been blown away by just how many downloads Teach Starter members made in the month of June. We are so excited to share with you the ten most popular teaching resources right now.
These printable nets of 3D objects can make the basis for a range of really fun, hands-on learning activities!
Support your students as they master how to plan for informative writing with these Informative Texts – Scaffold Planning Sheets.
Your students will LOVE playing with these TangramsTreats! Available in full colour, and low colour, laminate this resource so it can be used again and again.
Use these spelling, grammar and punctuation editing worksheets when learning about editing a piece of text. This pack of spelling, grammar and punctuation editing worksheets includes twenty pieces of text, with twenty errors in each. A range of both literary and factual texts are provided too!
If you’ve jumped on the Guided Reading Folder bandwagon and loved it, then you’re going to want to set up this too! Our new Guided Writing Folder Templates and Checklists download has all you need to monitor and track student progress in writing.
This free printable resource is so often in the monthly Top 10! And it’s no wonder why. These Numeracy Working Mats are a great way to engage students in exploring place value, operations and fractions.
How cool are these scenario posters!? Beautifully illustrated and with a set of inference comprehension questions for each, this new Inference Scenario Teaching Resource Pack is one of the most downloaded teaching resources on the Teach Starter website this month.
Another winner for keeping your students engaged while they practise their numbers, these Hundreds Board Mystery Picture Task Cards are so much fun!
It’s easy to get stuck looking for the right word when writing report comments on report cards. Use this list of helpful words for reporting on understanding, progress, effort and attitude for inspiration.
Do you know why we are happy to see these at number one again? It means that you guys have a VERY well-deserved break coming! This list of free printable report card comments has helped thousands of you make it through report writing season.
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