Rainforest Animals Fluency Fun makes fluency practice exciting, while learning informational vocabulary--useful for narrative or informational writing.
An animal name game of "I have, Who Has" is one of the fluency activities in this pack. Play the game together, then send them off to the literacy center to practice fluency sentences, do a wordsearch, a word scramble page, and use writing paper for theme writing.
Fluency Sentences for reading practice (Level A-easy)
Fluency Sentences for reading practice (Level B-harder)
"I Have, Who Has" Rainforest Animals Baggie Label
30 word cards with pictures
Rainforest animals wordsearch
Rainforest animals wordsearch answer key
Rainforest color reference poster
Rainforest theme lined and dashed writing pages (1 b/w, 1 color frame)
Rainforest Scrambled Words
Answer sheet, which can be used as a list of words to use in sentences, or for ABC order, etc.
What's the educational value of an "I Have, Who Has" game?
“I have…who has” activity is a fun fluency builder for hesitant readers. It is an excellent way to reinforce vocabulary (i.e., homophones, parts of speech, and multiple meanings --when applicable). Once students are familiar with thematic or content words, they are able to use them with confidence in their writing. These words may provide a word bank for a narrative on the rainforest. “I have…who has” games make a practical alternative to worksheets.
Aligned with Foundation Skills for Fluency: Grades 1, 2
Great fun for family night, too!
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