While Reading A-Z is famous with teachers for its library of leveled books and readers, its vast collection of supporting resources goes far beyond that. Reading A-Z's collection of instructional resources engages your students and provides the assessment, instruction, and practice they need to become better readers.
Let's take a look at some of the additional resources you can use to teach standards and promote critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity in the classroom!
To practice critical thinking and communication skills by focusing on a text-dependent Key Question, students read passages on a common topic and confer in a group setting.
Give teachers the resources they need for direct and explicit instruction on up to 16 key comprehension skills to help students become strategic, adaptable readers.
Reading A-Z offers more than 5,000 Spanish resources for dual-language and bilingual programs. In addition, translated versions of hundreds of leveled books are also available in French, Polish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese, and British English.
Help students analyze and interpret visual texts using a wide selection of visual resources, from maps and photos to charts and graphs.
Develop creativity and collaboration with grade-appropriate resources students use to investigate high-interest topics and answer a Driving Question with their peers.