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Grab a couple of dice and let's practice our fluency! Playing games is a great way to stimulate the brain's reward system. The better it feels the more they learn!
These no-prep printable fluency games are a great way to keep early finishers busy while you work with students who need more decoding practice.
This game is easy to play and requires no directions: Just roll the dice and read the words in the column for the number rolled.
You will have one game board for every week of the school year so you can teach to mastery using these 39 no-prep printable fluency game boards. That's 42 words students can master each week of the school year.
Use these no-prep printable fluency games with students in one-on-one settings or in a small group to make extra practice more fun.
These partner games are an excellent way to review and master the sight words, tricky words, and pattern words found within the Read Well 1 program because EVERY WORD TAUGHT IN THE READ WELL I PROGRAM are on these 39 game boards!!!
There are close to 400 (of the first 600) words from the Fry word lists on these 39 fluency game boards.
All of the words found in the Read Well I program are included on these 39 game boards. Each game board tells the unit number and the game boards are numbered sequentially by unit number so you can easily organize these no-prep printable fluency games that are aligned to Read Well I.
There are 42 words on every game board. There are over 1,500 words on these 39 game boards.
Some teachers laminate these no-prep printable fluency games so they last longer, but that is totally up to you. They work just fine fresh off the printer as well. To help students with dyslexia, you may consider printing on a blue pastel paper.
When students finish the Read Well I program, they are typically reading at the end of 1st grade level. However, special education teachers frequently use the sequenced word lists and controlled vocabulary found in the Read Well I program and in these no-prep printable fluency games for older students as well.
For a fun twist, students can use hand-held timers to time themselves and try to beat their own time. Allow them to record their time improvements and watch them beam with pride.
We recommend that when you purchase the file, you download it to your desktop first, change the file name to something you like, and THEN, put it in a folder within your folder system; it is very helpful to save it to your desktop first, change it to a name you like, then file it away in your favorite reading folder!
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Wishing you the very best for a happy day!
Lee and Lynn