Adventure is a fun, free way to motivate your child to read! Kids in grades K-8
can search for books, read them offline, come back to quiz on what they’ve
read, and earn prizes for their reading success."
Your student can earn the prizes within the program or you can set up your own reward program. Students can search for books, then create their own reading list online that can be printed and taken to the library.
Set a number of phrases to work on at one time (say 5, 10, 20 or whatever--this is your target number). Have student read the phrase list daily. When student has mastered the list (say, 80%), retire the mastered phrases, keep the unmastered phrases, and add phrases to equal your target number.
Student can read the phrases directly from the list, or you can make a book or flashcards. Other ideas include writing on sentence strips, popsicle sticks, powerpoints. (You can find printables for flashcards, sentence strips, and powerpoints by googling).
I love this idea! Make a file folder to hold word lists, phrases, and passages. Use the lists and passages in this packet, or use the ideas to create your own. (91 pages). You could also opt to do a notebook/binder.
"According to the DESK Standards, 3rd graders should read grade-level text fluently (100-110 words per minute) to promote comprehension. The rate of 100-110 words per minute (wpm) is the goal students should reach by the end of their 3rd grade year." Source: http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/Page/12898
Here are some places to get third grade fluency passages: