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This Fluency Uno-like game is aligned to Read Well I, (which is written by Marilyn Sprick and published Voyager Sopris).
Do you need more time to practice decoding one-on-one with some students, yet want your higher students to have fun practicing their fluency and still be engaged in the Read Well curriculum?
These Uno-like games are your answer!
There are over 1,500 pattern and tricky words in the Read Well I.
Lee and I 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.
This deck has words from units 14 -17.
ALL the words from units 15 - 16 are included. Also, many of the words from units 14 and 17 are included.
For numbers 6 & 9, we put a line UNDER the number so that you can easily tell them apart.
We have decks that are aligned to every Read Well I unit.
In order to keep the same number of cards in each deck, it was necessary to split some of the words in each unit across decks. For example, there is a deck with words from units 1 – 11. There is also a deck with words from 11 – 14 so unit 11 words are spread across 2 decks. However, all of the words in units 1 – 10 are in 1 - 11 deck and all of the words in units 12 & 13 are in the 11 - 14 deck. However, unit 11 words are spread across the 1 - 11 deck AND the 11 - 14 deck. Similarly, unit 14 words are spread across the 11 - 14 deck AND the 14 - 17 deck. We hope this makes sense. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to answer your questions as fast as you can.
Easy directions to play the game are included in the file.
Play like regular Uno with a fluency twist.
Students must say the word on their card within 2 seconds. If they don’t say the word, and they get caught before the next person plays, they have to draw another card.
Since the goal of the game is to be the first one out of cards, this rule incentivizes students to read the words (rather than play without saying the words).
This way, students can monitor each other while you work with a student who may need more decoding practice.
Even if you don’t use the Read Well program, any of our 22 decks would be ideal for a 1st or 2nd grade classroom. Across all 22 decks there are 383 Fry Words.
Playing games relaxes the brain and makes it open to learning.
Playing reading fluency games is a great way to stimulate the brain's reward system and make reading fun.
Here is the word list for the Units 14 - 17 Uno-like deck.
could, should, would, act, acts, creek, drink, ink, kick, kid, kids, Kim, kiss, Mack, mean, meek, Nick, rash, reek, Rick, Rick’s, seek, shack, sick, sink, stack, stand, stands, stash, stick, stink, stinks, think, trick, trim, week, wink, couldn’t, shouldn’t, wouldn’t, dream, hoot, mash, mast, math, Mick, moon, moose, noon, raccoon, ream, room, root, scoot, shoot, snack, snacks, soon, steam, Stream, teeth, thick, thin, too, toot, tooth, do, into, to, Ann’s, arm, art, ask, car, card, coo
Purchasing this product grants permission for use by one teacher.
These materials have been created by Lee and Lynn - Use My Mind Save Your Time. The materials are not developed or endorsed by Marilyn Sprick or Voyager Sopris.