Free Reading

FreeReading is a free, high-quality, open-source reading program addressing literacy development for grades K-3.  Leveraging the collective wisdom of researchers, teachers, reading coaches, and other education and industry professionals, FreeReading provides a high-quality, cost-effective alternative to static materials.  By establishing a foundation of hundreds of research-based lessons and materials that users can download and use for free, FreeReading has created the framework for intervention programs supporting K-6 literacy.  The collective wisdom within FreeReading is invaluable and can be more beneficial than any one reading program.

Schools and teachers everywhere can use the complete, 40-week, research-based intervention program for K-1 students, or use the library of lessons to supplement existing curriculum in phonological awareness, phonics, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing.

The research base for FreeReading includes the 2000 National Reading Panel research concerning the five Big ideas in Beginning Reading (Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency, and Comprehension). Review the FAQ for additional information.

FreeReading truly is free. The materials on it are free for you to Review, Download, Print and Teach what’s already here, or Contribute Comments and new Lessons to the FreeReading site.

Definitely worth a look around.  Granted – some of the ideas here are ones you’ve used for years, but there just may be one new idea that will help your students ‘take off’ with their reading.


Posted on 18/04/10, in Literacy. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. loona bera

    very good and useful

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