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Category: fluency

Effective Strategies for Teaching Sight Words to Primary Students

The ability to recognize high-frequency sight words is one of the most important indicators of reading success for young learners. Help your students develop awesome reading skills with these tips for effectively teaching sight words to primary students. What Are Sight Words Sight words are high-frequency words, meaning that they

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Reading Fluency Practice for Early Readers

There are so many parts to reading instruction. It can be tricky to keep them all straight if you aren’t well-practiced. Luckily I can break this one down for you! And, of course, I have some great resources to improve fluency instruction in your classroom. Eventually we want to bring

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3 Reading Intervention Resources Your Students Will Love

After months of non-traditional learning, our students may not be too keen on getting back to lessons. With a bit of effort and creativity, though, we can craft lessons our students will love. The trick is to find a good balance between what will keep students interested while remaining educational.

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Digital Flashcards

I’m always looking for new ways to integrate technology into my daily classroom routines. Brainstorming ways to revamp “blah” activities into new and improved ones has become something I love to do. This time, I decided to switch out my old paper flashcards for digital ones. Why print, laminate, and

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Reading Resources {FREEBIE}

Hi everyone, Have you tried out my Fluency & Comprehension FREEBIE yet?? It is jam packed with fun activities to try out with your students! Everything is NO PREP and ready to use! I included 10 sample pages from my reading resources for you to try with your class. Take

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Reading Fluency & Comprehension

Hi everyone, My little learners have been working SO hard on their reading these past few months and I am VERY excited to show what what they have been up to! I have quite a few struggling readers this year so I made these fun fluency phrases for my guided

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