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Fall Fluency Sentences

Use these fall fluency sentences for extra practice during center time or to send home with students for family reading time.

FREEBIE! Fall fluency sentences with activities from The Curriculum Corner | literacy centers | fluency practice
These fall fluency sentences are just right for your students to practice fluency during literacy centers.Fall Fluency Phrases free from The Curriculum Corner | Roll Read and Keep Game | Booklet | Visualize

Within the fall sentence collection you will find the following:

  • 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.
  • Sentence Scramble – Cut these sentences into individual words and put each set in a baggie or envelope for students to unscramble and write on dry erase boards or blank paper.
  • Illustrate the Sentence – Have students choose one sentence to write at the bottom of a paper and then illustrate to show they understand the meaning.
  • Writing Prompts – Choose some of these to use as writing prompts during a unit surrounding fall or autumn or just during the season.  Students can read them and make text-to-self connections as they write about what it means (or has meant) in their worlds.

Download the resources described above within the following link:

Fall Sentences   Print the fall fluency sentences on white paper or construction paper.  Laminate if desired.  You can put the phrases on a ring or in a baggie.  Here are a few other ideas you might want to consider using with these sentences:

You can also download the following items to accompany your fall sentences:

 

Visualize    Use this page for students to visualize their sentence.  Have students choose a sentence or choose one that is just right for them  Students write the sentence and then draw a picture to show their sentence.

My Fall Fluency Book   It can be so difficult  to find just right books for beginning readers.  Use the fall phrases 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.  Students can glue their phrase in the booklet below the illustration.  This is a great way to build confidence as students add phrases throughout the fall!

Roll, Read & Keep   Print in color and laminate.  You will also need the fall phrases laminated and cut apart.  Students place a phrase 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 phrases are gone.  Just in case, here is the board in black and white:  Roll, Read & Keep in Black & White.

 

 

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