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What is Structured Literacy?

What is Structured Literacy?

Structured literacy is an approach that is often recommended for students with dyslexia and specific learning disabilities because it is well supported by research and is an evidence-based method. Here is everything you need to know about Structured Literacy, what it is and how to teach it.

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Reading 360 in Tennessee

Reading 360 in Tennessee

Tennessee’s recent introduction of the Reading 360 initiative showcases the state’s strong commitment to student literacy and success. Tennessee’s Reading 360 Initiative focuses on phonics and includes screening for reading difficulties and dyslexia multiple times a year.

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PRIDE Reading Program Review: Hope in the Chaos

PRIDE Reading Program Review: Hope in the Chaos

PRIDE Reading Program Review: Home in the Chaos Kelly, from Hope in the Chaos, is a stay-at-home mom turned homeschooler of four amazing children. She is using the PRIDE Reading Program in her homeschool and it is working out well for her children. She posted this...

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What is Structured Literacy?

What is Structured Literacy?

Structured literacy is an approach that is often recommended for students with dyslexia and specific learning disabilities because it is well supported by research and is an evidence-based method. Structured literacy integrates phonological awareness, reading...

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Northeast School Corporation and the PRIDE Reading Program

Northeast School Corporation and the PRIDE Reading Program

PRIDE Reading Program is proud to announce that Northeast School Corporation in Hymera, Indiana is now using the PRIDE Reading Program’s structured literacy curriculum for students with dyslexia and specific learning disabilities.Northeast School Corporation is a...

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First Grade Reading Benchmarks

First Grade Reading Benchmarks

The first grade school year is coming to an end, and as a parent your thoughts are probably turning towards second grade. Is your child ready for second grade reading? How can you be sure? On today’s post, I am going to discuss some really important first grade...

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Kindergarten Reading Benchmarks

Kindergarten Reading Benchmarks

The Kindergarten school year is coming to an end and as a parent your thoughts are probably turning towards first grade. Is your child ready for first grade reading? How do you know? On today’s post, I am going to share with you some important kindergarten reading...

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Marple Newtown School District and PRIDE Reading Program

Marple Newtown School District and PRIDE Reading Program

PRIDE Reading Program is proud to announce that Marple Newtown School District in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania is now using the PRIDE Reading Program’s structured literacy curriculum for students with dyslexia and specific learning disabilities.Marple Newtown School...

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The #1 Summer Reading Activity All Kids Love

The #1 Summer Reading Activity All Kids Love

Summer is a great time for kids to read and learn about new things. Research shows us that reading just 20 minutes each day can greatly increase your child's reading skills, and those reading less are at risk of falling behind their peers. Sometimes it takes a little...

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The Curriculum Choice Reviews the PRIDE Reading Program

The Curriculum Choice Reviews the PRIDE Reading Program

The Curriculum Choice Reviews the PRIDE Reading Program Daniele, from the Curriculum Choice, is a mama of five kiddos living among cows and corn in central Pennsylvania.  She uses the PRIDE Reading Program in her homeschool with great success and she just gave us the...

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3 Ways to Get Kids Reading Over the Summer

3 Ways to Get Kids Reading Over the Summer

The school year is finally coming to an end. Summer is all about splashing in the pool, running in the yard, playing at the park, and relaxing with friends. Reading over the long summer months may not be a priority for your children, but teachers and parents might...

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Reading 360 in Tennessee

Reading 360 in Tennessee

Tennessee’s recent introduction of the Reading 360 statewide initiative showcases the state’s strong commitment to student literacy and success. Tennessee's Reading 360 Initiative focuses on phonics and includes screening for reading difficulties and dyslexia multiple...

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Lincoln County School District & PRIDE Reading Program

Lincoln County School District & PRIDE Reading Program

PRIDE Reading Program is proud to announce that Lincoln County School District is now using the PRIDE Reading Program's structured literacy curriculum for students with dyslexia and specific learning disabilities.Lincoln County School District is located in the...

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How to Teach Beginning Blending in Reading

How to Teach Beginning Blending in Reading

After your child has mastered the alphabetic principle, the next step in learning to read is beginning blending. This means pushing all of the sounds together in a word to create the whole word without pausing. For example, reading the word ‘bat’ as /bbaatt/ instead...

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Learning to Read with Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Learning to Read with Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Apraxia of Speech is a speech disorder that makes it difficult for children to pronounce syllables and words. Apraxia can affect reading because when a child struggles with saying the sounds, they also struggle with reading the sounds. If you are wondering how to help...

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How Do I Homeschool? Reviews PRIDE Reading Program

How Do I Homeschool? Reviews PRIDE Reading Program

How Do I Homeschool? Reviews PRIDE Reading Program Rebecca, author of the blog How Do I Homeschool?, has been using the PRIDE Reading Program with her child. She and her son enjoy the multisensory methods used to help him develop his early reading skills. Rebecca, who...

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