One of the most important skills for beginning readers to attain is fluency in reading. Fluency means the ability to read text quickly and accurately. When students gain an understanding of word families, and start to see “chunks” in words, they become better readers. Instead of sounding out each phoneme, or sound, in the word, they are able to transfer what they know about “chunks” and apply it to their reading. Word family fluency is a great way for your students to practice reading accurately and fluently.
In this unit, you will find two sets of fluency practice. The first one is a set of cards you can laminate, hole punch and place on a metal ring. The second set of fluency practice has the words all listed on one page. Your students can roll a dice and read the corresponding words.
These are perfect for your guided reading or RTI groups! This resource can also be found in my Guided Reading Intervention MEGA Bundle.
The following short vowel word family words are included in this download:
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I hope this helps your students become rockstars in their reading!