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Help students improve their reading rate, accuracy, phrasing, and expression.

  • Big books enable teachers to share and teach meaningful oral reading techniques.
  • Reader's Theater engages students in rereading, public speaking, and listening.
  • E-resources such as audio CDs and talking e-books provide oral language models.

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Big Books

  • Shared Reading Classics

    Fiction Big Books by Brenda Parkes
    Develop early reading strategies through rhyme, rhythm, and repetition. Beloved classics engage young readers with familiar tales and characters.
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  • Content Connections Big Books

    The only K–2 Big Books that explicitly teach concepts, text structures, and nonfiction text features.
    Develop the ability to read informational text and understand content-area concepts. Engage students with real-world topics and photographs.
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Reader's Theater

  • My First Reader's Theater

    Teach high-frequency words and concepts about print through choral-reading scripts that support early reading strategies.
    Engage pre-readers with 3-part choral reading lap books, while building sight word and academic vocabulary.
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  • Reader's Theater: Nursery Rhymes and Songs

    Develop sight word knowledge, print concepts and oral language skills with scripts based on classic nursery rhymes and songs.
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  • Reader's Theater: Word Plays

    PLAYing with words helps improve language arts proficiency and strengthen foundational skills.
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  • Reader's Theater: Folktales, Myths, and Legends

    Enrich literature study with play adaptations based on traditional genres from state and Common Core standards.
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  • Reader's Theater: Content-Area Concepts

    Multi-leveled scripts support core curriculum content through active learning for readers at early through fluent levels.
    Multi-leveled scripts support core curriculum content through active learning, and let you integrate content into the reading block.
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  • Reader's Theater: Classics

    Introduce stories and events in a student's native language!
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  • Reader's Theater Classics: Famous People, Famous Words

    Middle school students develop perspectives about historic authors and documents, while bringing diverse eras, cultures, and genres to life through engaging multi-leveled scripts.
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  • Early Explorers

    Support language and literacy development. Fiction and nonfiction texts with built-in scaffolding help all students, including English learners, succeed.
    Leveled fiction and nonfiction support content-area concepts while developing language and literacy. Built-in scaffolds help all students, including English-language learners, succeed.
  • English Explorers

    Organized by theme, these science and social studies texts features the same content at 4 different language levels—making grade-level content accessible to every student.
  • Differentiated Instruction Text Pairs

    Differentiated text pairs provide access to grade-level content for on-level and below-level readers.
  • Readers' & Writers' Genre Workshop

    Teach genre features and cross-text literacy analysis with posters aligned to Common Core text types.