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A fun way to practice word fluency!
Included in this product are 5 word lists for students to read as they work with Level 5 Lesson 8 of the Barton reading curriculum. Students use their syllabication skills to decode words that have prefixes: dis-, in-, non-, or un-. At the bottom of each list are spaces to record the student's number of errors and time needed to read all of the words on the list--up to four readings. Students can also track their progress on the Tracking Sheet that is included.
Print the lists on cardstock. Punch a hole through the dot in the corner of each list. Use binder rings to keep the lists organized for each student.
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Search Terms: Barton, reading & spelling, Orton-Gillingham, syllable division, dyslexia, fluency, suffixes, prefixes, O-G, phonics