Decodable Reading Fluency and Comprehension Passages and Phrases

Hollie Griffith
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    1. Beginning readers need practice segmenting words, reading sight words, and developing reading fluency. This is the digital and print bundle of my interactive fluency passages, phrases, and word sorts. DigitalCreated in Google SlidesUse with Google Classroom or Google DriveUse with Seesaw (Once you c
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    Beginning readers need practice segmenting words, reading sight words, and developing reading fluency. Each unit in this bundle includes phonics based passages with comprehension questions, fluency phrases and data sheets, word lists with data sheets, and phonics cards.

    Using the Fluency Phrases:

    The fluency phrases were created to be used in guided reading groups, but you can use them as you wish. During our guided reading group time I give each student the same list (these students are working on the same skills). They then whisper read each phrase. I listen carefully, and help students with words as needed. Each time they read the phrase, they check off one of the three boxes. I usually check off the last box or students read the sentences to a friend to check off.

    Using the Word List and Data Sheets:

    This is basically a list of words in a table format! It’s nothing fancy, but my students LOVE reading these words in guided reading group and as a partner activity! The table and data sheets are also great for keeping documentation of what students know!

    Some ideas of using these tables…

    • Blend/Read a word and paint a word
    • Blend/Read a word and highlight a word
    • Use dot paint or crayons with partners to play a word version of (tic-tac-toe). Students have to read the word before dotting or coloring the word.
    • Cut out the words. The teacher says a word and the first student to find the word gets the card. The winner is the student with the most cards.
    • You could also just use these tables as a quick assessment. The Dolch words are listed in order of frequency.

    Short Vowels CVC and Pre-Primer Sight Words

    Fluency Passages and Comprehension Questions

    Sam the Cat

    Max the Pup

    Fun in the Mud

    The Pot

    The Bun

    The Yellow Bus

    Kim’s Hat

    The Big Bug

    The Hot Bug

    Fluency Phrases and Data Sheets {cvc and pre-primer}

    Pre-Primer and CVC Word List and Data Sheets

    Blends and Primer Sight Words

    10 Fluency Passages and Comprehension Questions

    • Clef the Crab
    • Skip the Skunk
    • Camp
    • Brent’s Drum
    • Frank’s Pond
    • Wally Wolf
    • The Plump Pig
    • The Big Test
    • Slim the Slug
    • Glen and His Swim

    10 Lists of Fluency Phrases and Data Sheets {ccvc/cvcc and primer}

    Primer & ccvc/cvcc Word List & Data Sheets

    Beginning Blends Cards

    Digraphs/CVCe/CCVCe and 1st Grade Dolch Words

    Fluency Passages and Comprehension Questions

    • The Cake
    • Steve’s Nose
    • The Kite
    • Pete
    • The Trade
    • Pete’s Jokes
    • The Mule
    • Trish’s Wish
    • Chad’s Plan
    • The King on His Throne
    • Whitney and Whim
    • Broken Phone

    Fluency Phrases and Data Sheets {digraphs/CVCe and primer/1st Grade}

    First Grade Dolch Words / CVCe / Digraphs - Word List and Data Sheets

    CVCe and Digraphs Cards

    R-Controlled Vowels

    5 Fluency Passages and Comprehension Questions {Great for guided reading groups!}

    • Fern’s Germ {er}
    • Shirl and her Twirls {ir}
    • Burl’s Burn {ur}
    • Barb the Shark {ar}
    • The Storm {or}

    5 Lists of Fluency Phrases and Data Sheets {er, ir, or, ar, ur}

    Bossy R Cards

    Long Vowels, Tricky Vowels, Vowel Teams, 2nd Grade Dolch Words

    Beginning readers need practice segmenting words, reading sight words, and developing reading fluency. As they become fluent in their reading, they also need practice identifying, spelling, and writing the various graphemes/spelling patterns for each vowel sound. This bundle is perfect for students who are beginning to decode words with various vowel teams and long vowel spelling patterns. It also works well for fluent readers who need to begin to apply these spelling patterns in their writing.

    Skills included:

    -long a {- a, ai, a_e, ay, ae, -y, eigh, ei, ey}

    (make, rain, play, great, baby, eight, vein, they)

    -long e {ee, e_e, -e, ea, ey, -y, ie, ei}

    (bee, these, we, eat, key, happy, chief, either)

    -long i { i_e, ie, -y, igh, -i}

    (nice, pie, my, light, rifle)

    -long o {o_e, oa, oe, ow, o-}

    (note, boat, toe, snow, open)

    -long u/oo {oo, u_e, ue, ew, ui, ou}

    (moo, tube, blue, new, suit, soup)

    -/aw/ {aw, au, all, wa, ough}

    (saw, pause, mall, water, cough)

    -short e {ea}

    -/ow/ {ow, ou}

    (cow, out)

    -/oi/ {oi, oy}

    (boy, boil)

    -short /oo/ {oo, ou}

    (took, could)

    10 Fluency Passages, Comprehension Questions, and Word Sorts/Flap Books

    • Kate’s Cake
    • Steve’s Lost Key
    • Ike’s Bike
    • Joe’s Scratchy Throat
    • Duke’s and His Flute
    • Paul’s Bad Day
    • Bret and Chet
    • The Clown
    • Troy’s Noisy Toy Toilet
    • Brook’s Big Cookie

    16 Sheets of Fluency Phrases and Data Sheets {includes all of the preciously listed skills and 2nd Grade Dolch words}

    Word List & Data Sheets

    Grapheme Cards

    In my classroom I use letter cards to help my students identify letter sounds. When I hold up the letter “oi” my students must say “oi says /oi/”. I really feel like these cards help my students develop automatic identification of the spelling pattern.

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