FREEBIE: Fluency Station and Counting Voice Cards! Take the BORING out of fluency practice and counting in your classroom with these fun, easy to use voice cards. I laminate them, cut them out, and put them in a baggie (or you can put them on a ring) for use at carpet or stations.
I introduce these voice cards during my math activities at carpet. The children LOVE counting to 100 in different silly voices. They are great for teaching patterns, too. You can change voices for each row on the 100s chart and practice counting in patterns.
Also, these cards are super fun and useful in your Balanced Literacy Fluency Station. Laminate them for long term use and place in a bag. Students can take turns drawing a voice card from the bag to complete the letter identification or sight word fluency activity.
My kiddos LOVE using the cards! I hope you enjoy them in your classroom as well!! :)