•  Fluency

    Please use the attached fluency passages. If you can not print please have your student read it online. Here is a video to see a sample of a fluency routine.

    Monday

    • Read the title, then time your child for 1 minute of reading to see how far they can get.  This is called a “cold” read. (They should mark where they leave off)
    • If possible, have someone read the entire passage to your child (untimed) while your child circles any words they don’t know.  (If possible, go over unknown vocabulary with them)
    • Use a highlighter to highlight (or simply circle with a pencil) all inflectional endings in the passage…
      • -ed
      • -ing
      • -est
      • -s/-es/-ies
      • -er
      • -ly

    Tuesday-Thursday

    • Each day time your student for one minute of reading, having them mark where they leave off.
    • Once they are done reading, have them flip the book over and retell as many details from the text as they remember.
    • If possible be your student’s “partner” and do the same thing for them while they listen to you (read and retell).

    Friday

    • Time your student one last time for a “hot” read.  If they’ve been practicing (“warming up”) all week this should be the read where they do the best!

    Click on links below for fluency passages for this week

    Fluency Passage

    Fluency Questions

    Fluency Writing 

    Fluency One Minute Timer 

     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EznxjMH64ag

     

    Sight Words 

    Please practice the attached sight list and see our video about how to practice sight words.  Click here for the list