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Fluency Task Cards {Types of Sentences}



Engage your students in practicing oral reading fluency with this set of 64 fluency task cards! Each task card includes one sentence, using various sentence structures, to practice fluent reading. Each of the four types of sentences (interrogative, imperative, declarative, exclamatory) are used,

I have found that there are many resources available to practice fluency with long passages! I began creating the original fluency task cards to give students manageable oral reading fluency practice. My students have done so well with them that I just keep creating more for their specific needs!

You can use them in a variety of ways. I had each of my students read each card three times (repeated readings) in an independent reading center (I happened to have a parent volunteer monitoring this center on that particular day). I have also had students read the cards to each other, taking turns, in an independent center. I also had a teacher use them to do a quick reading warm up, giving each student a card, and having him or her read it out loud to the entire class. You can use these 32 different times for warm ups, giving students a different card each time!

Ideal for grades 2+

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