Discover powerful curriculum solutions to help students with dyslexia succeed, from reading intervention programs to accelerated learning tools.
Powerful Dyslexia Resources for Educators and Leaders
Ideally suited to the needs of students with dyslexia in your district, our phonics instruction, foundational skills practice, decodable readers, curriculum tools, and trusted reading intervention programs help educators support students with dyslexia.
Help students with dyslexia through proven Structured Literacy intervention, providing language-based multisensory, systematic, explicit, direct instruction.
Support students with dyslexia with S.P.I.R.E. in digital form, offering all materials online to allow real-time progress monitoring and reporting.
S.P.I.R.E. Foundations: Sounds Sensible
Help students with dyslexia build skills in phonics, phonemic awareness, and handwriting, in a 5-step sequence of language-based, multisensory, direct instruction. Serves as the foundational level for S.P.I.R.E.
Megawords teaches the reading, spelling, and contextual use of multisyllabic words through multisensory instruction and a systematic progression of skills. Within each book, words are presented in lists arranged by word structure and spelling pattern. Because Megawords is skill based it can be used in a variety of settings and across all MTSS tiers.
The Gillingham Manual
The Gillingham Manual is the backbone of the Orton-Gillingham approach, a reading intervention designed for children with dyslexia and other reading difficulties. The Orton-Gillingham approach uses visual, auditory, and kinesthetic associations to help students learn sound-symbol relationships. This multisensory reading intervention is an unsurpassed tool for preventing and remediating reading difficulties.
Readfetti™ Decodable Readers
Science of Reading-aligned Readfetti Decodable Readers develop early literacy skills for all K–2 students, including students with dyslexia. Sequenced by skills, this series of 42 readers builds phonics, decoding, and comprehension skills, all essential for helping K–2 students successfully learn to read.
More Decodable Readers
Help students with dyslexia build decoding skills with phonics. Fiction and nonfiction titles connect decoding to fluency and comprehension, across a wide range of decodable readers.
These 10-minute lessons for phonological awareness, within an easy-to-use manual, present activities grouped by phoneme and difficulty, serving as the perfect lead-in for phonics, reading, or spelling lessons. Teachers select activities that are developmentally appropriate for students and lead them step-by-step through progressively complex phonemic manipulation.