Use these Arctic Animals Fluency Sentences to give your students fluency practice during small groups or send home for practice with parents.
It’s winter here in Indiana which has us thinking COLD thoughts and developing lots of resources surrounding Arctic animals. Interested in teaching your students about some of these cold habitat creatures? Then here are some Arctic animal themed fluency sentences to go with your existing lessons and activities.
You might want to use the fluency sentences and other printables to put together a literacy center for your classroom or for independent work.
Arctic Animal Themed Fluency Sentences Just print on card stock, cut and laminate. Use them for fluency practice or have your students read, copy and illustrate them. Here are a few other ways you might be able to use them in your classroom:
Scrambled Sentences – You might think about cutting the sentences apart and having students use them at a scrambled sentence center.
Sentence Sort – The set includes statements, questions, exclamations and commands. Let your students use sentence clues to sort them into the different kinds of sentences.
Writing Prompts – Choose some of these to use as writing prompts during a unit surrounding Arctic animals. Students can read them and make text-to-self connections as they write about what they know.
My Arctic Animal Fluency Book It can be so difficult to find just right books for beginning readers. Use the Arctic Animal fluency sentences and this booklet to create a book your struggling readers can read on their own. During small group instruction, have students practice reading a sentence then illustrate it on a page in their book. Students can then write or glue their sentence in the booklet below the illustration.
Arctic Animal Themed Roll, Read & Keep Print in color and laminate. You will also need the Arctic Animal themed fluency sentences laminated and cut apart. Students place a sentence on each box, roll a die and read the sentence matching their roll. If the student can read the sentence, it is kept. Students take turns rolling until all of them are gone.