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Don’t let the title scare you; this “boot camp” (hopefully) will not result in tears of frustration nor will a drill sergeant be screaming at you! It will still be tough, but it will be fun! I think that this program is a great way to help students build confidence in their reading and writing fluency and an even greater way for teachers to assess.

MsJordanReads Shop - | Teachers Notebook. This is a book that will help to increase student reading fluency. I need to get this book.

"Fluency Boot Camp" includes everything you need to get started with fluency in your classroom! 70 pages of posters, activities, and fluency resources! $10.00

Freebie! I have, Who has? Printed this game out and can't wait to play! You can make it a whole group activity and "assign" different sounds to different students!

This might work well for students who are struggling with fluency. You could have the checklist taped to their desk or with them when they are in a reading group.

"What is Fluency?" is a great reference sheet which provides an overview of the major parts of fluency. Use it with students to introduce fluency in the classroom, or share with parents to reinforce skills at home! (Free)

Guided Reading Prompt Cards- This would be good for incorporating writing into guided reading and for times when one or two students are finished before the rest of the group.

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Clear fluency description. Readers Theater builds fluency partly by motivating repeated readings. What a fun way to learn!

I use these word lists each week to work on fluency and phonics skills with my students. On Monday, I time each student as he/she reads the list. ...