Measuring a student’s ability to decode individual phonemes and then blend them together to read. They are designed for your RTI and guided reading groups.
Practicing nonsense word fluency will show if a student has a solid understanding for letter-sound correspondence. Nonsense word fluency also encourages students to blend an unknown word together. Students who are fluent with nonsense words will have a better understanding on decoding unknown words within the text they read.
These activities are perfect for small group time or one on one. You will eve find two graphs that students can use to track their own progress.