Scott Foresman Reading Street 1st Grade Roll and Read Fluency Practice for Units 2-5

I have finished the Roll and Read fluency practice sheets for Scott Foresman Reading Street Units 2-5 for first grade. I can’t wait to use these next year!

 

“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-à-vis markers or dry erase markers so they can be used again and again!”  :)

Click below to purchase the roll and read sheets on Teachers Pay Teachers!

 

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09349153656524589849 Mrs. Lochridge

    That is a really great idea!! I am working on basal activities to accommodate Common Core Standards. But, your fluency activity is ingenious. Great for centers.

    First Grade Factory

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/05159905273550492157 Oceans of First Grade Fun

    I have another question for you about RS. How do you handle spelling tests? Do you follow the phonics progression of RS? Do you make up your own?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13913401833123055348 Mrs. Magee

    I do follow the phonics sequence in RS. I use all of the same spelling words/bonus words. All of the students take the same spelling test on the same words each week. I use the same RS phonics skills each week, but I do not do the phonics/spelling lessons provided by RS. I usually make my own activities. Every now and then I will pull out a spelling worksheet if I need to or if I have a sub. This coming year I will also be adding in components of Sing, Spell, Read, and Write.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/05434205103388502962 meesa

    What a fun way to mix reading fluency and math!

  • Charity Nussbaum

    I love the Roll and Read game for fluency practice. Would you be willing to share the blank template for Roll and Read? I would love to use it for spelling word sentences as well.
    Thanks for all that you do!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/14159980763514025413 Jana

    I am also wondering if you would be willing to share the blank template? We don’t use a basal program. I am thinking this would be a great activity for fluency phrases and sight words.

    Thinking Out Loud

  • Alison

    I am a new follower and am also interested in a blank template of the roll and read. We use Good Habits Great Readers, but I would love to incorporate this into our fluency routine if you are willing to share. Thanks for the consideration of this request!

  • Carla Powell

    :grin: I would love to have a blank copy that I could use with my special education students!

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