Components

Level K

Decodable Readers give children a chance to read narrative and expository books and to practice and reinforce their newly acquired phonics and sight word skills in context. Reading these books gives students a chance to enjoy reading at a skills-appropriate level and to feel a sense of accomplishment.
  • 10 readers
  • Individually authored and richly illustrated
  • Reinforcement and review of concepts
  • Practice with comprehension and sight words
Scope and Sequence:
  • Initial consonant sounds
  • Initial short vowel sounds
  • Initial consonant digraphs
  • Word families -at, -ip, -ug, -op, -en

Level A

Decodable Readers give children a chance to read narrative and expository books and to practice and reinforce their newly acquired phonics and sight word skills in context. Reading these books gives students a chance to enjoy reading at a skills-appropriate level and to feel a sense of accomplishment.
  • 10 readers
  • Individually authored and richly illustrated
  • Reinforcement and review of concepts
  • Practice with comprehension and sight words
Scope and Sequence:
  • Initial and final blends
  • Long vowel sounds
  • Hard and soft c and g
  • r-controlled vowels
  • Vowel digraphs
  • Vowel diphthongs
  • Final consonant sounds
  • Medial short vowel sounds
  • Final consonant digraphs
  • Compound words
  • CVC, CVVC, and CVCe words
  • y as a vowel
  • Broad a
  • Silent letters
  • Contractions

Level B

Decodable Readers give children a chance to read narrative and expository books and to practice and reinforce their newly acquired phonics and sight word skills in context. Reading these books gives students a chance to enjoy reading at a skills-appropriate level and to feel a sense of accomplishment.
  • 10 readers
  • Individually authored and richly illustrated
  • Reinforcement and review of concepts
  • Practice with comprehension and sight words
Scope and Sequence:
  • CV words
  • Schwa
  • Multisyllabic words
  • Prefixes
  • Suffixes

Level C

Decodable Chapter Books give students the opportunity to practice and reinforce newly acquired phonics and sight word skills in the context of narrative and expository chapter books. Reading these chapter books gives students a chance to enjoy reading text at a skills-appropriate level and to feel a sense of accomplishment.
  • 4 decodable chapter books (28–30 pages)
  • A balance of fiction and nonfiction text
  • Reinforcement and review of concepts
  • Practice with comprehension and sight words
  • Nonfiction text features: Table of Contents, Index, Glossary
Scope and Sequence:
  • Au/aw; oy/oi
  • Sounds of ch, sh, tch
  • 3-letter blends
  • r-controlled vowels
  • Open and closed syllables
  • Base words
  • Suffixes: -er, -or, -ist, plurals
  • Prefixes: dis-, un-, mis- re-, in-, im-; numeric prefixes
  • Verb endings -ed, -ing
  • Possessives with apostrophe
  • Final -le
  • Irregular past tense
  • Multisyllabic words