Reading fluency activities
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Increasing reading fluency in our students is one of the main goals of any elementary school teacher. If they are not fluent readers, they are unable to gain meaning (comprehend) from what they are reading. There are a few components to being a fluent reader...
Gina Ramunno saved to Second Grade
Amazing tips for how to teach reading fluency strategies, activity ideas, and so much more!
Miss Giraffe saved to Reading Fluency
15 fun and easy fluency practice activities to get your K-1 students reading at a just-right pace, with accuracy and expression!
Hilarie Muhlenkamp saved to Language Arts
How are you teaching your students to be fluent readers in upper elementary? This skill is a vitally important precursor for efficiency and comprehension and can give a great leg-up in state testing! Check out my FREE reading fluency lesson series to get your #upperelementary students on their way to becoming fluent readers in no time.
Building Brilliance saved to teach: literacy.
Activities that boost fluency all year long…and that you only have to prep once!
Chela Alcala saved to Reading
Activities to help build reading fluency in your upper elementary classroom! Multiple FREE printables, including posters, bookmarks, partner plays, and more!
Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections saved to Reading
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
Jaelyn Nicole saved to reading & fluency
Hi everyone, My little learners have been working SO hard on their reading these past few months and I am VERY excited to show what what they have been up to!
Kelsey Wheeler saved to Title 1 reading
With so many of my BIG KIDS struggling with fluency, I worked to make it a part of my daily work with students. Reading fluency incorporates three main components: speed, accuracy, and prosody, which directly impacts comprehension.
Kcullen saved to Reading lessons