Sight Word Fluency Passages for Reading Intervention BUNDLE Distance Learning

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Get 130 sight word fluency reading passages and word cards for intervention in this huge bundle pack. These passages provide targeted in-context practice for sight word identification and sight word fluency. For students who can quickly read sight words on a flash card but struggle to read them within a book, these reading passages are a game-changer! They also boost reading confidence and build comprehension skills.

*During the COVID-19 Crisis, feel free to email this directly to the parents of the students in your classroom so that they can print and use this with their child for reading intervention. (Please include a note to your parents that they cannot share it with anyone else.) This is a single-classroom purchase and the students in your classroom this school year are part of that license. I hope this helps you to continue to provide reading intervention with the support of your students’ families.

This *bundle pack* includes my original set of 55 passages: Sight Word Fluency Passages for Reading Intervention which focuses on the Pre-Primer to Third Grade Dolch Words AND my newest set: MORE Sight Word Fluency Passages for Reading Intervention {Version 2.0}. The newest set contains 75 passages that focus on Fry’s first 300 sight words.

I created this product when I noticed that four of my struggling readers were having difficulty transferring their knowledge of sight words from the flash card to real text.

Implementing the intervention is EASY:

1) Students practice the four target words on flashcards in both a “print” font AND a Times New Roman font (commonly seen in printed material but rarely used on kid-friendly flash cards. This often causes a reading difficulty in struggling students who have trouble identifying letters within various fonts).

2) Students go on a “sight word hunt” with crayons or highlighters, coloring the four targeted words within the passage. This is so fun for the kids!!

3) Students practice their fluency through three repeated readings, keeping track of each time they read the story by coloring the happy faces at the end of each passage.

4) Students demonstrate their comprehension of the passage by illustrating the text.

Each section of the pack contains a labeled divider sheet, so you can easily organize each section of passages into a binder. I often use these passages in our guided reading groups as a warm-up activity. 🙂

Hundreds of teachers are using these sight word fluency passages every day in their Tier II, Tier III, and intervention setting. And, they are seeing results! Many others are using this within the general classroom as a warm-up to guided reading, as a homework program, and as a great tool for parents and volunteers to help increase reading fluency in struggling and on-target readers.

NEED TO TRY IT FIRST? **Download the preview version.*** Get three FREE samples of passages and flash cards to try out with your students.

Please read the reviews from real-time teachers who are using the first edition in their classroom right now by reading the reviews HERE.

These sight word passages have been tested and used by real teachers from all over! I know you will LOVE the results! 🙂 You can read about how I used my first pack with my students by visiting my blog post HERE.

Thank you so much.

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Happy Learning,

Christina DeCarbo

Miss DeCarbo, Inc.

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Topics Covered: sight words, sight word, fluency, comprehension, expression, repetition, repeated readings, illustration

Areas of Use: intervention, RTI, small groups, intervention specialists, and for use with struggling readers


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