It’s hard to know what to say when kids struggle with reading out loud, but fluency practice can actually be a lot of fun! Read this blog for tips.
RTI: 60 Fluency Passages for Progress Monitoring Reading Skills & Interventions
60 Fluency Passages - and lexile levels provided for each. These will be great for my fluency center!
These fluency strips are intended for students who need a little extra practice reading certain types of words. Includes fluency strips for: • Contractions: will, is, not, are, did, have • Regular past tense verbs sorted by ending sound: /id/, /d/, & /t/ • Irregular past tense verbs with their present tense counterpart • Plural words with -es • Phrasal Verbs • Past Participles (have, has, had)
I thought it might be nice if parents had a little background knowledge to help them, help their child. Why not tell them what fluency is or how it sounds? Why not give them directions on how to help with those things? Well here you go...Fluency Folders! #kindergarten
Sentence Shuffle - 1st Grade Fluency Center Bundle - aligned with Common Core
The 1st grade fluency center bundle is on the 1st grade reading level and is aligned with K, 1st, and 2nd grade Common Core Standards. $
Fluency Practice, Assessments, and Activities for Short Vowel "a" Word Families
This product focuses on short a word families and includes a pre/post test, daily fluency checklist that the students can read w/ a partner, template for flashcards, word family sort (cut/paste), and complete the sentence activity.