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Interactive Alphabet Arc

from Region 4 Reading/Language Arts

The Interactive Alphabet Arc is a digital version of our Rainbow Alphabet Mat. These arcs are available in both uppercase and lowercase and have been provided in both English and Spanish. The Interactive Alphabet Arcs can be used for timed and untimed alphabet activities.

 

Follow the links below to see the Alphabet Arcs in action! 

 

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Early Literacy Resources

available from Region 4 Reading/Language Arts

Questions about our resources?  E-mail reading@esc4.net.

 

 

English Alphabet Posters and Charts SetALPHABET POSTER AND CHARTS SET
Tool for supporting letter names and sounds.

This resource serves as a tool for teaching letter names and sounds to support students on their journey in becoming successful readers and writers. This set can be used for whole-group, small-group, and individual literacy instruction. $30 each. Order online: EnglishSpanish

 

 

 

letter-knowledge-mani-kit-coverLETTER KNOWLEDGE MANIPULATIVE KIT - NEW!
Tools to deepen emergent readers’ letter knowledge
This supplemental resource can be used for teaching letter knowledge in small groups. This kit is appropriate for use with emergent readers of any age who need additional support in letter identification, letter-sound correspondences, and letter formation. $100. ORDER ONLINE

 

 

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READING BY DESIGN
Systematic, Explicit, and Intensive Reading Intervention

Reading by Design: An Individualized Literacy Intervention is a systematic, multisensory approach aligned with research-based practices for developing literacy. This intervention follows an intensive, explicit, and cumulative design for remediation of reading and writing skills at all grade levels. This comprehensive program addresses the following components: phonological awareness, sound-symbol association, six syllable types, written spelling patterns, morphology, syntax, reading fluency, and comprehension. Progress monitoring and review lessons are embedded throughout the program to inform student progress and promote reading and writing automaticity. Reading by Design may be used with students in kindergarten through grade 12 in a small, homogeneous group setting. (Teacher training required.)

 

For more information about Reading by Designvisit our web page, or e-mail dyslexia@esc4.net.

 

 


 

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