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Phrases and Short Sentences for Repeated Reading Practice
Second 100 Words
These phrases contain the second 100 words from the Fry Instant Word List (1980), which represent someof the most common words students encounter in their reading. Repeated reading of a few phrases per week gives students practice reading high-frequency words and developing fluency and general proficiency. These phrases may be written on sentence strips, transparencies, or on a chart for use in literacy center or small group instructional setting.

Over the river               A good man    
After the game             Another great sound
Most of the animals     My new place
Take a little.                 Our best things

Give it back.                Just the same
Only a little                  My last name
It’s only me.                 That’s very good

I know why.                 Think before you act
Three years ago            Mother says to now.
Live and play.              Where are you?

I need help.                  Try your best.
I work too much.          Move over.
Any old time                We found it here.

Through the line          Study and learn
Right now                    Kind of nice
Mother means it.          Spell your name.

Same time tomorrow     The good American   
Tell the truth.                 Change your clothes
A little boy                     Play it again.

The following day          Back off.
We came home.             Give it away.
We want to go.               Answer the phone.
Show us around.             Turn the page.  
Form two lines.               The air is warm.
A small house also          Read my letters.

Another old picture         It’s still here.
Write one sentence.        Where in the world
Set it up.                          We need more.

Put it there.                      I study in school.
Where does it end?          I’m a Malaysian.
I don’t feel well.              Such a mess
My home is large.            Point it out.
It turned out well.            Right now
Read the sentence.           It’s a small world.

This must be it.                Big and small
Hand it over.                    Home sweet home
Such a big house             Around the clock

The men asked for help.  You must be right.
They went here.               Tell the truth.

Get to the point.               Good and plenty Because we should.          Help me out.
Even the animals              It turned out well.

It’s your place.                  I think so.
Good things                      Read the book.

Source: Rasinski, Timothy V. (2003). The Fluent Reader.
New York: Scholastic Professional Books.

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