This Uno-like fluency card game is aligned to Read Well I. (Read Well is written by Marilyn Sprick and published the Voyager Sopris).
Would you like to work individually or in a small group with some students, yet want your higher students to have fun practicing their fluency and still be engaged in the Read Well curriculum?
This Uno-like Fluency Game is Your ANSWER!
There are over 1,500 pattern and tricky words in the Read Well I.
We have created an Uno-like deck aligned to all 38 units in the program; most decks include several units so your students can practice fluency aligned to Read Well for several weeks and you are getting a lot of value for your money.
Note: In order to keep 76 Read Well words in each deck, it was necessary to split some of Read Well’s word list across two decks. See full word list below for the list of READ WELL words that are in this deck.
How to play Uno-like Fluency Games Aligned to Read Well I
Even if you don’t use the Read Well program, any of our 22 Uno-like decks would be ideal for a 1st or 2nd grade classroom. Across all 22 Uno-like decks there are 383 Fry Words.
Is that a 6 or a 9?
What words are in the Unit 37 Deck?
bunch, buzzing, crackled, chain, chap, chatterbox, cheep, chick, chicken, chickens, chicks, chimpanzee, chip, chop, Chuckella, Chuckella’s, chuckle, chump, cluck, clucked, each, fluff, fluffs, form, forming, fossil, fraction, gather, gotten, hatch, hatches, hatching, impressed, indeed, inside, laying, lays, life, crocodile, develop, developing, dinosaur, does, fathers, head, heads, lesson, Mothers, once, pretty, themselves, mate, Mike, morning, named, peeked, peeking, preach, prizes, reach, ribbit, robin, rooster, roosters, safe, scratchy, she’s, begin, beginning, beginnings, begins, between, bit, bleach, bragging, brain
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These materials have been created by Lee and Lynn - Use My Mind Save Your Time.