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This game would be a great tool to use to help students learn how to read fluently. This game teaches fluency because they are required to read a sentence without seeing it before. This is a great game that students could play on their own in a center without the teacher's help.


: Sight Word Games for Active Learners. Write sight words on a number of plates, play music and pass the plate, when the music stops all children turn their plate over and read the word, all children that cannot read the word are out


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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Reading Fluency Word Work Centers

Roll and Read Phonics Literacy Stations for the entire year!! THREE levels (below level, on level, above level) - so easy to differentiate! & they all come with sound in "helper red" or with the words all black. There's also a version with sentences! AMAZING

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Sight Word Fluency Phrases (Set 1)

Kindergarten Sight Word Fluency (Pre-Primer) This pack is great for beginning readers or struggling readers in kindergarten and in first grade to build confidence in reading. Inside you will find: 40 Reading Fluency Pages *Each pages is focused on one sight word. Students read the text and highlight the sight word focused on.

from Frugal Fun For Boys

Printable Roll it, Write it, Count it Mats

Here’s a math activity that is guaranteed to be a hit!  Print these Roll it, Write it, Count it mats – see the link at the bottom of the page.  My 4.5 year old has been loving this, especially the marker part and the erasing part.  And the M & M’s that we used for...Read More »


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from Sparkling in Second Grade

Roll & Read Fluency

A fun way to practice fluency using spelling patterns, quick passages, and dice!


FLUENCY PRACTICE! Roll and Read a simple short story with CVC words and basic SIGHT WORDS! Color a star each time you read it!


Miss Giraffe's Class: Fact Fluency in First Grade