In this Teaching Tip I provide a link to a short YouTube video I created. The video features a movement-oriented strategy that I use in my classroom to help students improve their reading fluency. I call the strategy â€œReading Around the Room.â€ This activity was inspired by an idea described in Marcia Tateâ€™s terrific book, Worksheets Donâ€™t Grow Dendrites. I particularly recommend this strategy for children who have the tendency to read through commas, periods, and other end punctuation and, as a result, have difficulty with comprehension. Doing this activity for a few minutes per day over a period of days will make an important difference in childrenâ€™s ability to read with fluency. Give these ideas a try in class with your students or at home with your children.