Fluency practice

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Grab these FREE fluency passages for your kindergarten and first grade students. They are printable and low-prep! Students will love practicing decoding, comprehension, and fluency skills with these fun and engaging passages. Get 10 activities in this free download! Grab them now

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ann beirne
We all know that students need multiple opportunities to decode phonics patterns in order to build fluency. This roll and read fluency activity is a fun and engaging way to help students receive additional practice with various phonics patterns. Check out the post to see how I use roll and read fluency in my classroom. Phonics Activities, Phonics, Phonics Rules, 2nd Grade Reading, Decoding Activities, Fluency Activities, Teaching Reading, Fluency Practice, Teaching Reading Skills

We all know that students need multiple opportunities to decode phonics patterns in order to build fluency. This roll and read fluency activity is a fun and engaging way to help students receive additional practice with various phonics patterns. Check out the post to see how I use roll and read fluency in my classroom.

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Jen B.
The best way for disfluent readers to become fluent is by reading! These students need to focus on ACCURATE text reading, use decodable text, repeated readings, systemic daily practice of reading words accurately, modeling of fluent reading and encouraging students to read like they are talking. Students need LOTS of opportunities to read text (at their level) using choral, cloze, echo and partner reading. These are great fluency strategies are for interventions. #fluency #fluencystrategies Pre K, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Reading Passages, Reading Fluency Practice, Reading Fluency, Fluent Reading, Teaching Reading Fluency, Reading Fluency Activities, Reading Instruction

The best way for disfluent readers to become fluent is by reading! These students need to focus on ACCURATE text reading, use decodable text, repeated readings, systemic daily practice of reading words accurately, modeling of fluent reading and encouraging students to read like they are talking. Students need LOTS of opportunities to read text (at their level) using choral, cloze, echo and partner reading. These are great fluency strategies are for interventions. #fluency #fluencystrategies

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Mind Sparks
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Like most teachers, you want your students to be successful readers. But what do you do if they struggle with reading fluency? Reading fluency is the ability to read a text accurately, quickly, and with

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Abbey Ludwig
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In kindergarten and first grade, we have poetry folders for fluency practice. So what does fluency practice look like in 2nd grade? Take a peek at how to use fluency passages for less that 5-10 minutes each day to build fluency in your second graders!

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Nicole Crouch Luderman