Fry Words Bookmarks (Fluency Practice)

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Fry Words Bookmarks

The Fry word list or "instant words" are widely accepted to contain the most used words in reading and writing. The Fry word list is divided into ten levels, based on frequency of use and difficulty. It is important for young readers to instantly recognize these words by sight in order to build up their reading fluency.

The bookmarks are divided into 50 words per bookmark.
Note the "1" and "2" at the bottom of the bookmarks. Further, I've divided each bookmark into five groups of 10 for differentiation and to allow for easier breakdown for study/review.

I've designed the bookmarks to be as teacher-friendly as possible. One cut down the middle, then fold the half sheets in half to get one bookmark (folded) with one complete fry list. (See preview.) Or, you could cut each page into four separate strips.

As far as classroom use, teachers could assign one list each night that the students have to pass off on the next morning. The teacher then stamps, stickers, initials, etc and the student moves on to the next ten when fluent. The student could then have to read through the entire list fluently before getting a new bookmark. The bookmarks could be used for partner reading, independently, etc.

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Fry Words Bookmarks (Fluency Practice)
Fry Words Bookmarks (Fluency Practice)
Fry Words Bookmarks (Fluency Practice)