Activity: Maze Fluency – Madison
Mrs. Jones said that Cindy’s class was going on a field trip. The
[stare/ class/ green] of third graders had never been [be/ on/ so] a
field trip before. Cindy was [bed/ went/ very] excited. Mrs. Jones said
that the [class/ chair/ peach] was going on a field trip [at/ to/ is]
see the caves up in the mountains. [Show/ And/ The] class had been studying
about caves [for/ sad/ kill] the last few weeks. Cindy [wet/ and/ ill]
her classmates had seen pictures of [shout/ caves/ sing]. Now, they were
going to see [a/ are/ or] real cave.
A week later, the students [then/ her/ and] Mrs. Jones climbed onto a
bus [four/ that/ dime] would take them to [and/ the/ sat] cave. It was early
in the morning [sit/ tap/ and] the air was chilly. Mrs. Jones [got/ sat/ had]
warned all of the students to [bring/ pill/ horse] a sweater because the air
might [be/ to/ it] chilly in the cave. Cindy was [work/ jump/ very] glad that
she brought her sweater.
[Rain/ Halt/ The] bus driver started the engine and [the/ was/ got] bus
began to roll. The bus [rolled/ mother/ girls] along the freeway. Finally the
bus [lather/ coffee/ pulled] onto a little country road that [ate/ led/ pear]
to the cave.
When the students arrived at the [goat/ math/ cave], all they could see
was a mountain with a big [toys/ trees/ black] hole in the side.