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Mr. Anker Tests developed by Henry Anker New! Reading Fluency Selections (see the last row, center, in blue). Teachers and Students: Please be sure to use the links in the categories below, as well as the ones above to help with your studies. These activities support Common Core State Standards, in addition to subject-specific standards and other areas worthy of learning.

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