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Online Activities for DIBELS

This is a list of online, interactive activities and games for students to practice early literacy skills assessed by the DIBELS measures of FSF (First Sound Fluency), LNF (Letter Naming Fluency), PSF (Phoneme Segmentation Fluency), NWF (Nonsense Word Fluency), DORF (DIBELS Oral Reading Fluency), and Daze (DIBELS Maze). Check out the full list at www.OnlineActivities4DIBELS.com

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www.OnlineActivit... This is a list of online, interactive activities and games for students to practice early literacy skills assessed by the DIBELS measures of FSF (First Sound Fluency), LNF (Letter Naming Fluency), PSF (Phoneme Segmentation Fluency), NWF (Nonsense Word Fluency), DORF (DIBELS Oral Reading Fluency), and Daze (DIBELS Maze). Check out the full list at www.OnlineActivit...

Online Activities 4 DIBELS

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FSF (First Sound Fluency) DIBELS Matching game with 8 tiles. Students match beginning sounds word tiles with picture tiles. Only one round at this level.

Houghton Mifflin Spelling and Vocabulary > Spelling Match

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FSF (First Sound Fluency) DIBELS Interactive Clifford the Big Red Dog stories 'The Big Dig' and 'Where's Emily?' Students read a story and select a word with the same or similar initial sounds to complete a sentence on each page. Audio for each line can be played repeatedly.

Clifford Interactive Storybook: Where is Emily?

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FSF (DIBELS First Sound Fluency) Match the initial sound of a picture with 12 other pictures. Students can click each picture to hear the word and then move the words with the same initial sound to an answer box. When finished, they can play again with another sound.

Clifford the Big Red Dog: Sound Match Activity

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FSF (DIBELS First Sound Fluency) Select letters from a verbal prompt to create CVC words.

SUPER WHY! | PBS KIDS

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FSF (DIBELS First Sound Fluency) Select a picture of an item that begins with the identified letter, as prompted verbally by Big Bird.

Games - Sesame Street

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LNF (DIBELS Letter Naming Fluency) Identify and listen to the names of letters and then place them in the correct box.

LNF (DIBELS Letter Naming Fluency) Bingo game on a 3 x 3 grid with verbal prompts to select letter tiles, revealing a picture underneath as a reward. Students can choose three levels (capitals, lowercase, mixed).

SUPER WHY! | PBS KIDS

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LNF (DIBELS Letter Naming Fluency) Select a letter from the alphabet and click on pictures and letters to hear the sound and name of the letter along with pictures of objects beginning with the letter.

LNF (DIBELS Letter Naming Fluency) Choose a lower or uppercase letter and hear it's name, sound, and it being used in a word.

Alphabet Letters and Sounds

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PSF (DIBELS Phoneme Segmentation Fluency) Make CVC words using word families as the letter sounds, segments, and words are read.

PSF (DIBELS Phoneme Segmentation Fluency) Move words from a list into boxes for different number of phonemes. Students can select from 5 lists.

PSF (DIBELS Phoneme Segmentation Fluency) Listen to segmented words and select the blended word from a short list.

PSF (DIBELS Phoneme Segmentation Fluency) Help an alien shoot letters that fly by to make CVC words that are spoken and then segmented.

Alien Scavenger Hunt

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PSF (DIBELS Phoneme Segmentation Fluency) Transform CVC words by changing one sound at a time while developing word building skills.

The Electric Company

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NWF (DIBELS Nonsense Word Fluency) Tile matching game (8 tiles, 1 round) where students match medial and end sounds to words with missing letters

NWF (DIBELS Nonsense Word Fluency) Building word game in which students drag medial letters into CVC frames. Words are read when they are made and clicked.

NWF (DIBELS Nonsense Word Fluency) Create and read CVC words and determine whether they are real or nonsense.

NWF (DIBELS Nonsense Word Fluency) Select one of two activities to create and read real and nonsense CVC words. Students can either match the target word or create their own list of target words using onset and rimes.

Crickweb | KS1 Literacy

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NWF (DIBELS Nonsense Word Fluency) Play a game in which bubbles are popped to drop CVC words into a target below. Highly engaging format can increase fluency.

DORF (DIBELS Oral Reading Fluency) Choose from several interactive comic strips to read and select key words to direct the course of the story. Play again to see how different words change the story.

WordGirl . Games . Comic Strip Capers | PBS KIDS GO!

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DORF (DIBELS Oral Reading Fluency) Game similar to Mad Libs where students select a short story from over 50 titles, fill in 5-10 blanks with specific parts of speech, and then read the story with their words in it. There's a help page to clarify the parts of speech.

Wacky Web Tales

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DORF (DIBELS Oral Reading Fluency) Add a name and select a character in a story that combines reading and animation.

StoryPlace Topsy Turvy Tales: Little Red High Tops

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DORF (DIBELS Oral Reading Fluency) Select and read a short story and answer comprehension questions. Next, build the story one phrase at a time, and then complete a Cloze type activity.

ELC Study Zone: Level 200 Reading Topics

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