Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Fluency Fun giveaway and a freebie!

As an educator, you play an important role in building confidence as your students are learning to read.  Fluency is an important component of reading instruction! Repeated reading has proven to be one of the best strategies for developing reading fluency.  Many times, due to time constraints, educators cannot “fit in” as many fluency activities as they would like to during their day. This is where our Superhero Fluency Unit will help support you!

(Many more fluency cards ~ Upper-case letters, shapes, numbers, count by 2's, 5's, 10's, etc.)
When do we use the “Superhero Fluency” Unit?  Well, first of all, we place the cards on a ring and store them in each students' book box.  Then the possibilities are endless, but here are just a few ways we have used them over the years. This unit can be utilized during...
  • Read To Self Time
  • Rest & Read Time
  • Quiet Time
  • Assessments
  • A classroom volunteer's visit

Enter the Giveaway for a chance to win this SUPER unit!
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Now for our FREEBIE...

This is one fun example.  Download for many more!
Click {right here} to grab our "Sounding Out Word Cards" freebie!

Thanks for Reading!
Amber & LuAnn


  1. I made fluency cards for our sight words and for letters and sounds. Use them every day. It takes just a couple of minutes and the difference is AMAZING! I would love to add these to my fluency cards. Yours are super cute. Mine are boring. :)

  2. LOVE IT...Thanks for all the GREAT ideas ☺

  3. Love how you related it to superheroes! Great idea!

  4. Love this!!

  5. Have some students who would benefit from these!


  6. This looks great! So need this for my kiddos!


  7. Fab!!!! My little learners would love. (As would I) Kindergarten rocks!

  8. Thank you for all you do to help us be amazing for our kiddos!

  9. I want it!! kindercards@gmail.com

  10. ...forgot email brown.mariann@yahoo.com

  11. Thank you for the freebie!! Looks great!


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