Find The Curriculum Corner’s favorite books for partner reading below.
Encourage students to practice their reading fluency with this collection of books.
Looking for a new way to practice reading fluency in the classroom (or even at home?)
One of our favorite methods is stacking the classroom library with books designed specifically for students to read with a partner or small group.
Readers theater is often an engaging option for students but sometimes a less formal approach is beneficial. When this is the case, books for two voices can be a wonderful choice.
How we use these books
One of the stations we often use in our second grade classrooms during literacy centers is partner reading.
This can be a great station where students work on fluency. The key to making this station successful is providing engaging texts.
We have put together a collection of our favorites that seem to keep our students on task.
You might introduce this basket of books by modeling a partner read with a student in your class. Students might even be encouraged to practice so that they can read for the class during short periods of time you are trying to fill with meaningful practice.
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Our collection includes options for primary as well as intermediate classrooms.
Extending the practice
As an extension, you might have students turn other books into books for partner reading.
As with all of our resources, The Curriculum Corner creates these for free classroom use. Our products may not be sold. You may print and copy for your personal classroom use. These are also great for home school families!
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You can copy a requested poem for students and they can highlight a text using two colors of highlighters.
Just like students sometimes create their own readers theater scripts, poems and picture books can be turned into books to be read with a classmate.
Looking for additional ways to practice reading fluency in the classroom? Take a look at Fluency for Small Groups.
Have your own favorites? Please share your ideas below. We would love to know the books you have discovered for this activity.