National Right To Read Blog

Fundations – Wilson Language Training – St. Mary’s School – Melrose, MA

FUNDATIONS – WILSON LANGUAGE TRAINING – St. Mary’s School – Melrose, MA Beginning in kindergarten, a phonics program called “Fundations” of Reading is introduced and used through Grade 3. The St. Mary’s School teachers have been trained to use this program. This program provides children of varying learning abilities with a foundation for reading and Read more…

Logic of English – Foundations

LOGIC OF ENGLISH – FOUNDATIONS Logic of English™ Foundations teaches children age 4-7 to read real books without guessing or memorizing sight words while developing their writing, spelling, and language skills. In Foundations students gain phonemic awareness, learn to read and write the 74 basic phonograms, and increase reading fluency through structured but playful activities. Read more…

Spalding Education Foundation

Spalding Education Foundation Phonics is the gateway skill to reading and language proficiency for learners of all ages — especially for inner city, English Language Learners and dyslexic students. Writing the letters simultaneously with learning the sounds they represent reinforces the connection between sounds and print and aids retention,” says SEI Executive Director for Educational Read more…

Read Well – Voyagersopris – Research Evidence

All Students Can Read Well Read Well is an innovative K-3 reading and language arts solution that helps students build the critical skills needed to be successful readers and learners. The research-based program allows teachers to effectively target students at all stages of development. Through a blended approach of whole-class instruction, differentiation small-group instruction, motivating Read more…

Project Read

The Building Blocks of Language The Phonics curriculum by Language Circle Enterprises focuses on decoding, encoding, and reading comprehension strategies, using multisensory activities and direct instruction to present a systematic approach to phonics. Activities are specifically tailored to K-3 children and allow students to practice phonemic awareness, sound / symbol recognition, syllabication, word formation, sentence Read more…

Wilson Language Systems

Wilson Fundations® makes learning to read fun while laying down the groundwork for life-long literacy. Fundations provides children of varying learning abilities with a foundation for reading and spelling. It provides teachers with the skills and tools needed to present a structured, sequential, and cumulative phonics/spelling program using multisensory teaching techniques. Fundations thoroughly teaches the Read more…

Reading Horizons

What is the code?  “The code” is the written representation of the spoken word (i.e. all written text). Are You Prepared to Teach “The Code”? All of us are exposed to the code, but because many educators believe that reading is a natural process, at least 30% of all students are left in the dark Read more…

Superkids K-2 Reading Program Excels!

These scores can be yours! STANFORD EARLY SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT TEST In a nationwide study, 3,200 students’ reading skills were tested at the beginning and end of kindergarten. The demographic mix of the students tested reflects the population in America’s schools. The way bankers train their tellers to recognize a counterfeit, is to study the “genuine”. Read more…

Zoo Phonics – Gives Pre-school Students a Head Start

Deep Haven Academy Introduces Zoo Phonics Program DeephavenAcademy.org/Read or by calling (952) 261-0625. Deephaven Academy is located at 18325 Minnetonka Boulevard in Deephaven. By Meghan Davy meghand@weeklynews.com Parents and caregivers looking to prepare their preschoolers for reading readiness will have a new option this spring, when Deephaven Academy introduces its first eight week Zoo-phonics program. Read more…

Laura D. Stewart, Vice President, Professional Development, Superkids

What We Know About Beginning Reading Laura D. Stewart Vice President, Professional Development–Superkids Zaner-Bloser Research consistently shows that strong readers effortlessly recognize words and link words to their meanings in order to comprehend text. Skilled reading happens so quickly and efficiently that it seems as though words are recognized as whole units. But the evidence Read more…