Fluency Warm-Ups for Word Study

Fluency Warm-Ups for Grades 3-6

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Teaching the reading process requires a constant spiraling of essential skills. Reading fluency is one of the most critical components in the reading process.

This is why we’ve sponsored these fluency warm-ups for word study!

Here’s a quick overview of the free warm-ups.

 Fluency Warm-Ups for Word Study

Fluency Warm-Ups are rolling out! The unit Fluency 2, is in the free Word Study Warm-Ups course and is uploading as I type this sentence.

In these fluency warm-ups, students will:

  • Build word recognition skills.
  • Increase automaticity with decoding skills.
  • Discover vowel digraphs.
  • Sort words.
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Fluency Warm-Ups for 3rd and 4th Grades

The instructional level for the warm-ups in Fluency 2 is advanced 2nd grade and on-level 3rd grade and 4th grade. As a part of the free Word Study Warm-Ups course, 3rd and 4th graders will practice building fluency with decoding skills and word recognition skills.

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What’s in the Fluency Warm-Ups?

Fluency 2 builds on the blending skills from the Fluency 1 warm-ups. It specifically introduces and practices:

  • Vowel Digraphs
  • Consonant Digraphs
  • Rapid Word Recognition
  • Multisyllabic Words
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Word Study Intervention for Grades 4-6

The Fluency 2 unit of Word Study Warm-Ups is perfect for small group instruction, differentiated instruction, and interventions for transitional readers in grades 4-6.

The visual aids, explicit instruction, and guided practice make it ideal for ELs, students with Dyslexia, and struggling readers.

You can read more about interventions at Comprehension Killer and 8 Ways to Use Word Study.

Where Can You Find Fluency Warm-Ups?

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