Types of Resources on Reading A-Z
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All Reading A-Z resources can be printed and distributed to each registered classroom's students or projected by the teacher for whole class instruction. Reading A-Z resources include:

Leveled Books - Developmentally appropriate fiction and non-fiction leveled books at 29 reading levels. Each book is written with research-based guidelines and put through a rigorous process to ensure that it is leveled correctly.

Phonics - Learn to match a unit of sound (a phoneme) to the letter or letters that make the sound (a grapheme) through explicit, systematic instruction and practice.

Vocabulary - Fine-tune your students' higher-level thinking skills using vocabulary strategies to discern word meaning, arguably the most important key to reading comprehension.

Fluency - Motivate students and help them build oral fluency, accuracy, and expression with engaging passages and scripts to read aloud. Fluent readers read more quickly and smoothly, allowing them to focus on comprehension and gain more meaning from the text they read.

Assessments - Identifying key foundational skills and complex reading behaviors with assessments helps you focus your instructional time on concepts students struggle to understand. Reading A-Z offers a wide collection of easy-to-use assessment tools for key reading behaviors and foundational skills including: alphabet, phonological awareness, phonics, high-frequency words, fluency, and comprehension.

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