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Reading fluency activities. Free printable downloads and resources.

The reading fluency activities on this page are essential for struggling readers. These activities can be taught in the classroom (small and large group setting) and can also be implemented at home! Keep checking this page for more free printable reading

Reading out loud fluently can be a challenging skill to master, but fortunately, there are so many fun and effective ways to practice! Try some on this post and don't forget to pick up your free Fluency Four poster!

Tips to Make Reading Fluency Fun

There are so many ways to make reading fluency practice fun! This post has some great suggestions and there is a free poster as well!

Fry Phrases for fluency

Fry phrases are written on popsicle sticks and placed in a jar. The students each pull one and read if phrase. If the phrase is read correctly, the student keeps the stick. This continues until all sticks are gone.

Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Free Fluency Center

Free Fluency Center

Blog Post: 5 Strategies to Improve Reading Fluency in Students.

Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach: 5 Strategies to Improve Reading Fluency. Maybe record students reading and have them self-assess

Great visual tool to show to parents.  Shows what reading level students should be on for each 9 weeks for each grade K-6.

Great visual tool to show to parents. Shows what reading level students should be on for each 9 weeks for each grade Very helpful.

reading fluency graph

This site has fluency test passages and a convenient and editable fluency graph to track each student's results.

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