OverviewReading A-Z Ranked #1 by Teachers Already being used in nearly half of the school districts in the U.S. and Canada and 155+ countries worldwide, discover how Reading A-Z's affordable, easy-to-use teacher resources fill the teaching gaps left by many reading education programs.
- Books and resources correlated to state and Common Core Standards
- Reading lessons, decodable books, reader's theater scripts, reading worksheets and assessments
- Leveled readers spanned across 27 levels of difficulty
- Fluency passages to improve reading rate, accuracy and expression
- Phonological awareness and phonics lessons, flashcards, worksheets
- Vocabulary books, graphic organizers, word sorts and other vocabulary resources
Leveled ReadingMore than 1000 leveled books in multiple genres and formats meet the unique needs of every student
BenefitsReading A-Z is a one-stop destination for teachers for all their reading needs, for just a few dollars per student!
- Assess: benchmark books and running records to assess your students
- Align: thousands of leveled readers to meet the needs and interests of each child
- Practice: students practice with printable books and teachers instruct with projectable books.
- Variety of resources: leveled readers, poetry books, alphabet materials, high-frequency word books, shared reading, literature circles, and more
- Learn about the research behind Reading A-Z
Common CoreFind out how Reading A-Z supports the Common Core standards
- All materials on Reading A-Z are correlated to the Common Core State Standards
- Reach the objectives corresponding to the Anchor Standards for Reading
- Focus on reading comprehension that promotes development of higher-order thinking skills
- Instructional and assessment tools for phonics, phonological awareness, vocabulary, and fluency
- Read our white paper, "Bringing the Common Core Standards to Life in the Classroom"
- In addition to Common Core, correlations with leading basal reading series and state/province standards
“I absolutely love Reading A-Z! I can't see being without it now that I've used it.”
Nancy Harp, 3rd Grade Teacher
Prairieland Elementary School - Normal, IL