Fluency Activities

These fluency activities focus on helping young readers read at a constant pace and at a faster speed. This skill is vital for kids to grasp early, as it is necessary once chapter books start to come into your child's curriculum. The fluency activities are engaging and are made to be a lot of fun at the same time. Vocabulary activities like "I caught you" teach kids to catch mistakes out loud, while games like spelling pattern races help kids recognize phonograms and put them with letter blends. These activities are a lot of fun, while still being educational at the same time, so go ahead and get started. Ready, set, go!

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Send your child on a table of contents treasure hunt to help build basic research skills! Navigating a book is a skill that is sure to come in handy later on.
Second Grade
Kids can turn a favorite fairy tale into a rebus puzzle by replacing the nouns in the story with pictures that they draw themselves.
Second Grade
In this high energy, interactive game, third graders are challenged to race, involving spelling patterns in words.
Third Grade
Use a basic tape recorder and some favorite books to help your first grader read smoothly--and make someone's day in the process!
Second Grade

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