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This is a FREE sample of "ALL-IN-ONE READING PASSAGES - LONG VOWELS." This no prep long vowel reading passages is the perfect addition to any primary classroom. It can be used for skill practice, reading comprehension, fluency, cold reads, assessment, homework and more!

My reading center, my classroom theme is under the sea- I wonder if I could make something like this work in my room

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Using Music to Improve Reading Fluency

students practice fluency by reading lyrics of songs. The teacher also plays the song in the classroom so students sing along. Students are given an individual fluency binder with several lyrics.

INSTRUCTION: Toobaloo Phonological feedback design and Headset: Great to support students improve their fluency and expression. Great for any student, especially struggling readers. When students are engaged in silent reading this allows students to clearly hear, assess and correct without disturbing other students. The headset allows for handsfree use makes reading more comforatble.

Students fill out thier personal report card to reflect how they think they are doing in each area. This could be valuable and interesting during parent/teacher conference.

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Behavior Reminders that Work


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DIY Phonics Phones


I plan to use these in my 1st graders fluency book bags which go home each week with leveled readers so parents/students have a reading strategy resource right at their fingertips.

So many ideas about how to set simple routines for phonics, sight words, reading strategies, comprehension, and phonemic awareness or fluency to fit it ALL in a guided reading lesson! I can't wait to use these routines with my class!


How to Build Fluency in Young Readers

Great tips for building fluency in beginning readers!

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Free Fluency Center

These are different ideas of passages to have students read while testing fluency.

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Internet Fluency Resources — Get Your Printers Ready