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Building a strong foundation for fluency and comprehension is so important for early readers. It is something we work on all year long in Kindergarten. This Picture It! Fluency and Comprehension practice pack is a great resource for practicing these skills. The simple sentences and fun pictures are perfect for beginning readers to build confidence and show off their growing reading skills!
Picture It! Fluency and Comprehension Practice for Kindergarten
This resource pack contains 30 “Picture It” printables. Each printable contains a simple sentence using a mixture of decodable and high-frequency words to work on fluency and comprehension. The sentences are not themed making them perfect for year-round use.
Use these printables for morning work, whole group practice, small group work, or independently. They can also be used as story starters before a writer’s workshop!
Building Fluency and Comprehension
This pack provides fun and effective practice for building fluency and comprehension skills! Students read the simple sentence, “picture it” in their minds, and draw a picture to match. Then they can write the sentence on the handwriting lines.
Use these printables to strengthen the following skills:
- Reading simple sentences
- Adding details to drawings
- Fine motor work (writing, drawing with detail)
- Printing practice
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