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We take reading time and instruction very seriously.  It is of high importance that you read with our child at home daily. Practice is the best way to achieve improvement. I

Nonsense Word Fluency: CVC words that are not “real” words (tav, bef, sab, tik, etc) You may wonder why this is important in your child’s reading instruction. Think about words with more than one syllable. Independent for example, divide the word into “chunks” in-de-pen-dent. Learning nonsense words teaches students to decode any word not just ones they know. 

Real Word Fluency- This is where a student reads CVC words that are "real" (cat, pot, sub, man). Students should begin to do this quickly by  the middle/end of the year.

Standards We Are Focusing On:


Learning Targets (I-Can's):


Games for Practice:  

Allow students to practice on starfall, ABC mouse is good and there are several other games such as sight words games, puzzles and ect. to allow your child to practice these skills.