On this page you will find various graphic organizers and printables you can use along with your reading selection. These are available for you to use in order to organize your thoughts and help you with reading comprehension.
Our progress charts are a fun and interactive way for your kids to track their progress for almost any task or goal. For hundreds more chart styles, be sure to check out our behavior chart category which includes everything from cars to princess themes. Be sure to also check out our children chore charts which are great for toddlers.
Super cute, FREE Hundreds Chart Printable is a fun math worksheet to help kids practice counting to 100. Each monster math page has different activity. Each of the funny monster free hundreds chart pages has a different activity to help kids gain math fluency as they count to 100.
Below is the Oral Reading Fluency Normative Performance Chart. It displays the oral reading fluency rates (words read correctly in one minute from Edformation’s Standard Reading Assessment Passages) for grades 1-8. The information is presented by percentile rank and by fall, winter, and spring benchmark periods.
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Reading Fluency. Once students begin to decode individual words automatically, they are on their way to becoming fluent readers. Fluency is a combination of reading rate—the speed with which text is decoded—and accuracy. The ability to read fluently has a great impact on the ability to comprehend text.
This fluency chart will help them clearly see the growth that they are making in their reading fluency. Teachers record errors, words per minute, and total words read while their student reads aloud. Other resources to use with this Fluency Progress Chart. If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about reading fluency.
Levels A-B: No Fluency Key/students may use finger to track. Levels C-Z: 4-point Fluency Key is provided. Teachers should make a note if student uses finger for tracking. Levels J-Z: Optional Reading Rate will not be assessed.