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Fluency Strips (CVC words with pre-primer and primer sight words)

Fluency Strips (CVC words with pre-primer and primer sight words)
Fluency Strips (CVC words with pre-primer and primer sight words)
Fluency Strips (CVC words with pre-primer and primer sight words)
Fluency Strips (CVC words with pre-primer and primer sight words)
Fluency Strips (CVC words with pre-primer and primer sight words)
Fluency Strips (CVC words with pre-primer and primer sight words)
Fluency Strips (CVC words with pre-primer and primer sight words)
Fluency Strips (CVC words with pre-primer and primer sight words)
Product Description
These CVC fluency strips are the perfect way for your students to develop fluency. This product includes 150 fluency strips split into 7 sets:
-Short a
-Short e
-Short i
-Short o
-Short u
-a, e, i, o, u combination (set one)
-a, e, i, o, u combination (set two)

The product contains primer and pre-primer sight words. I have included two versions: one version with primer and pre-primer sight words highlighted so that kids recognize them and read them quickly, and a version with no highlighted words.

In addition to the fluency strips, this product contains running record forms for each set of sight words.

I created this product for my own students because I had been searching for fluency strips, but couldn't find any that were sorted into specific short vowels. I didn't want to introduce all of the short vowels at once! I use the combination a, e, i, o, u strips once my students have mastered all of their short vowels!

I have also included covers for each set so that you can easily distinguish.

To make the sentence strips, simply print on regular paper and/or cardstock and laminate! You can print each set on different color card stock, or print them all on white paper and separate them using the included covers.

**Suggestions for use**
-Assessment (fluency and decoding)

-Guided reading: I use my fluency strips each time I introduce a new short vowel sound. We do "carousel" reading (every student gets to read every sentence). After the sentences have been introduced to my guided reading group, I add them to the binder ring and leave them at the reading center.

-Read to self/ read to someone: Students love reading the strips at the read to self and read to someone centers.

-Early finisher
-RTI

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