Supplement for Reading Street Common Core Grade 1, Unit 4
Building Reading Fluency with Simple Sentences, High-Frequency Words
This easy-to-use game was designed to help students practice reading simple sentences containing the high-frequency words found in Unit 4 of the first grade Reading Street (2013) series.
This game may be used with any reading series.
The high-frequency words used in this game are:
Game 1- about, enjoy, surprise, would, worry, give
Game 2- colors, draw, great, over, show, sign
Game 3- found, mouth, once, took, wild, drew
Game 4- above, eight, laugh, moon, touch, right
Game 5- picture, know, remember, room, stood, thought
Game 6- dance, told, across, because, only, opened
Play is simple…
Needed: 2 different colored crayons (1 per person), 1 die, and 1 game board
Directions: Players take turns. Player 1 rolls a die and reads the corresponding word. The player then finds that word in a sentence and reads the sentence aloud. If the sentence is read correctly, the player colors it. (If there are no available sentences for that word, the player loses his/her turn.) If the sentence is read incorrectly, the player s turn is over. Play continues in the same manner until all the sentences are colored. The player with the most colored sentences, wins the game!
My students love these games! I have found that this game has quickly become a class favorite, especially for my kiddos who are struggling with reading. They are so thrilled when they can read the sentences!
This 6-page resource was designed as a supplement for the following first grade Reading Street stories (one game page per story- Unit 4):
Mama’s Birthday Present
A Trip to Washington, D. C.
A Southern Ranch
Henry and Mudge and Mrs. Hopper’s House
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Keywords: Reading Street Supplemental Resources, Simple Sentences, Partner Games, Reading Fluency, Reading Games, Literacy Centers, Reading Sentences
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