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  1. Afterschool KidzLit (Grades K-8)
    KidzLit is designed specifically for afterschool. Its goal is to help students to develop a love of reading while building comprehension skills and vocabulary.  In addition to helping students get excited about reading, ...

  2. Benchmark Reader's Theater Scripts and Fluency Skills Set (Grades 1-8 and above)
    Reader’s Theater can be used both during the school day and after school. The Reader’s Theater Scripts and the Fluency Skills Set are designed to be used together, although they can be used separately as well. The ...

  3. Classworks Reading (Grades K-12)
    Classworks Reading is a school-based curriculum that is easily adapted for afterschool.  It is a computer-based curriculum that combines software from many other high quality programs, taking material for similar age levels ...

  4. LitART LEARN (Grades 1-6)
    LitART LEARN is an integrated thematic literacy curriculum designed specifically for after school.  The goals of the program are to build oral language, fluency, thinking skills, reading comprehension, creativity, phonics ...

  5. MCP Plaid Phonics (Grades K-6)
    This school-based curriculum is easily adapted for afterschool.  MCP Plaid Phonic’s primary goals are to teach early phonics skills, support reading development, and enhance reciprocity between reading and ...

  6. Project Read (Grades K–12)
    Project Read honors diverse student learning profiles by providing curricula with lessons build on direct concept teacher, multi-sensory processing, systematic instruction, and higher level thinking skills. Project Read is a ...

  7. RAVE-O (Retrieval, Automaticity, Vocabulary, Engagement with Language, Orthography) (Grades K-4)
    RAVE-O (Retrieval, Automaticity, Vocabulary, Engagement with Language, Orthography) is a research-based fluency program that was created as a pull-out program for use with students one-on-one and in small groups. The curriculum ...

  8. Reading Is Cool! (Grades K–8)
    Reading is COOL is designed specifically for the afterschool setting. The goals of the program are to encourage students to enjoy recreational reading, increase exposure to literacy-based activities and resources, and expand ...

  9. Spaghetti Book Club (Grades K-8)
    Spaghetti Book Club is appropriate for both the school day and afterschool.  The primary goal of this curriculum is to help students develop critical literacy skills through reading, discussion, summarizing, and expressing ...

  10. Thinking Reader (Grades K-8)
    The primary goal of Thinking Reader is to help struggling readers improve their reading comprehension through the use of reading strategies.  It is a school-based program that can be adapted for afterschool. The curriculum ...

  11. VersaTiles Reading/Language Arts (Grades 1-6)
    VersaTiles is designed as a supplemental literacy program for both classroom and afterschool settings.  The program combines the challenge of a puzzle with the practice of a workbook, offering many activities that allow ...

  12. Wilson Fundations (Grades K-3)
    Wilson Fundations is a school-based prevention and early intervention program that can easily be adapted for afterschool.  It is a supplemental program in basic reading and spelling instruction, based on NICHD research and ...

  13. Wilson Reading System (Grades 2-12)
    Wilson Reading System (WRS) is a school-based intervention for struggling readers that is easily adapted for afterschool.  It is a comprehensive program that specifically addresses the learning style of students with a ...

  14. Zoo-phonics Language Arts Program (Grades PreK - 1; Special Education (all ages); ESL (PreK - 3rd grade))
    This school-based curriculum has been adapted for afterschool settings. Zoo-phonics takes a multi-modal approach (using eyes, ears, mouth and body) to teach children how to read, write and spell. The curriculum is targeted toward ...


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