Free Reading Assessments
27 March 2016
The assessment sheet will help you record students' progress throughout the year. You'll be able to see and show growth for students knowing their sounds.
We all know students need to know at least some of the sounds in our English Language. Some of our words can be sounded out especially the little words like; at, in, on, cat, and spot. Knowing vowel sounds are also helpful when chunking words together. They may be able to recognize a vowel team like ee, ay, or ou in the word they are chunking. Teaching the most common vowel sounds are beneficial too. These assessment sheets have only the most common sounds. Not all the vowel sounds are included. These assessment sheets are great for the K-3 classrooms.
Knowing vowel sounds can help students spell too. If trying to sound out a CVC word, the sounds will help them tap out the word and be able to spell it. These vowel sounds can also help with word families like; at, an, en, in, ip, ot, or un,
Getting students to memorize these sounds can be beneficial to reading. These assessment sheets can help students do that.
This assessment uses the Fry Word Lists 1-300. Use this assessment sheet for keeping track of the words all year long that the students are learning and are still struggling with. These are great for parents to use at home too. They will be able to track their child's progress as well.
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