Are you searching for instructional materials to support foundational skills instruction? Take a look at Learning List’s review of Sadlier’s From Phonics to Reading.
Sadlier’s From Phonics to Reading is a comprehensive phonics program, intended to supplement literacy instruction in Grades K-3. The core instructional material consists of teacher and student books, available in print or eBook format, and additional digital materials provided on the program platform.
The goal of the program is to support students as they become readers by providing explicit and systematic foundational skills instruction. The material provides explicit and systematic phonics instruction reflective of the Science of Teaching Reading. It employs consistent instructional routines and lesson sequences, beginning with alphabetic knowledge and progressing to more advanced foundational reading skills, such as encoding, compound words, and suffixes and prefixes.
In addition to comprehensive teacher guides and student workbooks, the material includes Take-Home Books, word cards, letter cards, decodable texts and passages, and a variety of other digital resources available on the platform. The program also includes teacher support for both pedagogy and content development.
Read Learning List’s Editorial Review to learn more about how the program supports the Science of Reading through explicit phonics instruction. Learning List has also completed a report of the material’s alignment to the TEKS, as well as a review of its technology compatibility and support for remote learning. These reviews not only inform selection decisions, they also facilitate instructional alignment. To learn more about this product and thousands more PreK-12 instructional materials, contact Learning List for subscription information.
Sadlier’s mission is “to create experiences that inform and transform the hearts and minds of learners in all educational settings and throughout life.” Sadlier focuses on service to educators and partnerships with districts.
Sadlier was founded in 1832 by Denis and James Sadlier. The Sadlier family continues leadership in the company today.
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