Are you looking for an engaging, evidence-based and complete program to teach phonemic awareness, phonics and spelling to young children?
If the answer is YES, attend one of these free information sessions!
Letterland is the most multi-sensory and fun program we have seen for teaching foundational reading skills. Children learn sound-letter associations, alphabetic principle, phonics for decoding and spelling, and word/text reading fluency through visuals, music, movement, art and role-play. Story-based characters who live in Letterland are at the core of this program. It is aligned to the science of reading and uses a structured, systematic phonics sequence used in Orton-Gillingham instruction.
About This Workshop
This 3-hour workshop will begin with a brief overview of evidence-based instruction for teaching foundational reading skills. Participants will then learn how Letterland can be used as a core program for all students, and as an intervention for struggling readers. You will learn these highlights about Letterland:
- a complete, easy-to-use PreK-3 program with teacher lesson guides and materials for instructional activities
- fun and engaging—multi-sensory learning through songs, visuals, actions
- follows a structured, systematic phonics scope and sequence
- evidence-based with a proven track record of over 40 years
- economically priced
View Printable Brochure/Registration Form or Register Below.
Who Should Participate
Teachers, reading specialists, curriculum directors and administrators of all students in Pre-K to grade 3, and of struggling readers in grades 4-5.
Enter the number of attendees you wish to register for your selected Introduction to Letterland: Program Overview session.