Fluency Assessment Passages for 2nd/3rd grades?

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  1. teacherwithlove

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    Aug 9, 2012

    Hey all,

    I haven't been here in at least a month or so- we already started back to school and time has been flying! I was wondering if anyone knows where I can purchase/download/obtain fluency passages for 2nd and 3rd grade levels of reading? I have been trying to find them forever- I've tried pinterest, TPT, google, etc. I have not had any luck and I KNOW they are out there somewhere!

    My master teacher from a few years ago used them and hers were the kind that had the word count listed for easy scoring. If I still had her number, I would ask her but I don't. :(

    SOMEONE PLEASE help me find these fluency passages! :help:
     
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  3. texteacher

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  4. teacherwithlove

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    It says temporarily unavailable :(
     
  5. EMonkey

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    You can go to DIBELS and print out a booklet of fluency review books.
     
  6. teacherwithlove

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    Thanks EMonkey! I did just that.
     
  7. terptoteacher

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    Easycbm has some.
     
  8. Mrs.DLC

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    FCRR has some. I also like easycbm.
     
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    If you're using them for progress monitoring, make sure to use passages that are the same in terms of level of time, so DIBELS definitely works for that. Readinga-z.com are leveled, but change in smaller increments, so would be harder to use for moderate/long-term progress-monitoring (eg over the course of the year).
     

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