Here's a bunch of ideas you can use for both the fluency pages and the word cards in All About Reading to incorporate more review. Have Fun!
There's also a bunch of other free games--Over Easy, Word Flippers with F/L/S, A Flock of Ducks for L1, and Feed The Anteater, Be a Lumberjack, and Wake the Sheep for L2.
For compound words, there's Banana Splits. You can find that and the Free Penguin Fun Facts book for reading or spelling practice in the free Winter Practice Activities.
Use the viewfinder bookmark to read them.
Use the page for your reference only and write the words, phrases, or sentences one at a time on a white board. When your child can read one line well, try writing two lines at a time.
Make the words/phrases/sentences with tiles for your child to read.
Mix up the exercises a bit more–do something from the next step and then just a bit of the fluency reading from the previous step. This will stretch the next step out a bit more, and give a bit more fluency practice, without having the practice be all together in one chunk.
Use the words, phrases, and sentences to come up with a little book together that your child can read. Put one phrase or sentence on each page, and let your child draw a picture, or cut and paste pictures from a magazine on each page. My kids used to really enjoy making up little books like this.
What are some fun review ideas you have used with the cards or fluency pages?