These Roll and Read activities provide students with fluency practice. Print out each Roll and Read for each story. The Roll and Read sheets are leveled for differentiation: below level, on level, and above level. (These sentences come from the Monitor Progress section at the end of each week in the Teacher's Manual.) Have students work with a partner. Partners take turn rolling a dice. Whatever number they roll is the sentence they must read. After reading it, the student paces a tally mark under the correct dice to tally how many times each sentence was read.
To save on printing, consider laminating the sheets or placing them in a page protector and using Vis-a-Vis markers or dry erase markers so they can be used again and again!
Roll and Read activities for units 1-5 available!
Even if you do not use Scott Foresman Reading Street, you may find these useful for your students! Unit 2 covers: digraphs sh, th, vowel sound of a in ball, long a (CVCe), soft c and g sounds, long i (CVCe), digraphs wh, ch, tch, long o (CVCe), contractions n't, 'm, 'll, long u, long e, -ed, long e (ee), and VCCV words.
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