This product is a pdf file designed to help students with fluency. There is a Roll and Read board for Lessons 1-5 of the 2012 edition of Journeys. The sentences on each Roll and Read board integrate the spelling, high frequency, and vocabulary words for each lesson.
How to Use Roll and Read Pages
Roll and Read fluency practice pages will require dice. Students roll the die and practice the phrase in the column that has the number they rolled. Once they read that phrase they cross out the box. To save on copies I found placing the page in a dry erase sleeve works great! Students continue rolling and crossing out the boxes until they’ve practiced all of the phrases or filled an entire column, it’s up to you.
When to Use Roll and Read Pages
Roll and Read pages can be used at any time. They could be a center rotation, whole group fluency practice, small group instruction/review, or even sent home as a fun homework activity. Students can practice Roll and Read pages on their own, with a partner, or take turns in small groups of 3 to 4 students. I find it works best and holds students more accountable if they have at least one person who is listening to them read.
Roll and Read pages can be used during that week’s lesson or during the weeks following that lesson. It might be helpful to reuse the boards throughout the year as a way to review spelling, high frequency, and vocabulary words.