Let's talk about fluency charts!
This set of fluency charts presents digraphs (beginning and ending) for phonics practice and assessment. With fluency charts, students are exposed to many words in a short period of time, allowing them to build phonetic fluency through repetitive reading. Teachers are able to assess which phonemes are troublesome for each student, aiding in differentiated instruction.
This set of files includes three types of charts for each skill to differentiate instruction. The types are as follows:
- Real Words - Basic. Exactly as it says on the tin -- basic words with digraphs, no blends. (ex. chip, thick, shop)
- Real Words - Advanced. The words on these charts combine blends and silent e with digraphs (ex. branch, whale). Use these with students that have already mastered these skills.
- Nonsense Words. Nonsense words are helpful for teaching and assessing the ability to blend phonemes. While “real” words can be memorized, reading nonsense words requires students to apply decoding skills and strategies.
These charts are useful for small group work, RTI, and interventions for first graders, second graders, and advanced kindergarteners.
This file contains 39 phonics fluency charts for the following skills:
- CH (beginning + end + review)
- SH (beginning + end + review)
- TH (beginning + end + review)
- WH (beginning)
- All Digraphs (beginning + end + review)
There are three charts for each of these 13 skills. The charts included basic real words (ex. thin, shock, watch), advanced real words (ex. branch, whale), and nonsense words.
A recording graph and chart are also included.
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