Empower students to decode words independently with research-based, systematic resources. Help students build their vocabulary while developing a foundation for comprehension, fluency, and literacy skills.
Provide opportunities for teaching early reading skills that will facilitate a basic understanding of the core principles of phonics and literacy for young children.
This fresh, current approach to teaching phonics is designed by Teacher Created Materials to help students unlock words and build comprehension in a developmentally-appropriate way.Explore More
Build academic vocabulary in as little as 20 minutes a day.
Set students up for academic success across the content areas with this systematic approach to teaching vocabulary.Explore More
Develop students' fluency in reading using engaging scripts, poems, and songs!
This reading series is designed to teach reading, listening, and speaking skills through the performance of lively scripts and focused instruction.Explore More
Create a love for reading in your youngest students.
Bring the joy of independent reading to new and emerging readers with My Sight Words Readers.Explore More
A deep understanding of phonics instruction.
Ensuring that all students have foundational literacy skills that support decoding and fluent reading includes a deep understanding of phonics instruction.Explore More
Step-by-step ideas for independent writing lessons.
In this On-Demand webinar, join early literacy expert and reading specialist, Cathy Collier as she discusses her first book, The Road to Independent Reading and Writing, and much more.Explore More
Build students vocabulary is through word roots.
Join this On-Demand webinar to understand why roots knowledge can build vocabulary for reading and writing, earn simple yet powerful ways to teach words through word roots and much more.
Effective vocabulary instruction.
Join this On-Demand webinar to learn new ways to engage students with rich, powerful vocabulary, proven strategies to help students learn words and how they work and much more.