By The Understood Team
What does reading smoothly look like in second grade? Do second graders typically develop reading fluency? Watch this video from founding partner GreatSchools to get an idea of reading skills second graders develop.
Mar 14, 2014
Mar 14, 2014
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Are there any suggestions for the student who substitutes words that start with the same sound as the word written and the substituted word doesn't take away from the meaning of the text? Stopping and redirecting the student seems to cause high frustration.
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