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Adventures in Reading: 1st Grade Online Reading Program

Adventures in Reading: 1st Grade builds on and reinforces the five key reading pillars introduced in Adventures in Reading: Kindergarten:
phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension.

Research-based and aligned with state reading standards, Adventures in Reading: 1st Grade helps you create the conditions for early reading success and nurture enthusiastic and confident readers.

This adaptive lesson series can be re-sequenced to accommodate individual student needs. Automatic progress tracking lets you evaluate each student's performance, and fine-tune individual remediation and intervention programs. Classroom-view reports provide in-depth information to direct small group activities and enhance 1:1 teaching strategies.


  • 25 multi-level adaptive lessons, complete with 12 open-ended instructional activities
  • Aligned with National Reading Panel research, state reading standards, and Reading First guidelines
  • Blackline masters, lesson plans, classroom resources
  • Teacher’s Guide
  • Pre-assessment, including adaptive skills testing and placement
  • Curriculum Management module to customize or re-sequence individual lesson plans
  • Easy to use progress tracking and reporting – students, class, school, district
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Skill
Description
Character
Short and Long Vowel Sounds
(4 Lessons)
The child hears and uses the short-vowel sounds in words like CAP, KIT, and MOP. The child hears and uses the long-vowel sounds in words like BIKE, KEEP, and MULE.
Contractions
(3 Lessons)
The child identifies contractions from root words and separates contractions into the root words.
Oral Comprehension 3
(1 Lesson)
The child listens to a story and reads along. The story has a series of literal and analytical questions for the child to answer. A short vocabulary review is also included.
Consonant Blends
(3 Lessons)
The child learns to read words with consonant blends including letters sounds such as SL and TR as heard in the words SLEEP and TRUCK.
Complex Words
(2 Lessons)
The child separates complex words by identifying prefixes and suffixes and root words; separates compound words into two words; and identifies common syllables in multi-syllabic words.
Oral Comprehension 4
(1 Lesson)
The child listens to a story and reads along. The story has a series of literal and analytical questions for the child to answer. A short vocabulary review is also included.
Vowel Blends
(3 Lessons)
The child reads words with spelling patterns including AI and AY with the long A sound, EE and EA with the long E sound, OA and OW with the long O sound.
Sight Words 2
(3 Lessons)
The child identifies high-frequency sight words. These words typically do not follow conventional sound or spelling patterns. Some of these words include CLOSE, GOES, MANY, QUICK and COULD.
Independent Reading
(2 Lesson)
The child listens to a story and reads along. The story has a series of literal and analytical questions for the child to answer. A short vocabulary review is also included.
Spelling
(4 Lessons)
The child spells three- and four-letter, single -short-vowel words, such as HAS, GLAD, STOP and PUT.
Sight Words 3
(3 Lessons)
The child identifies high-frequency sight words. These words typically do not follow conventional sound or spelling patterns. Some of these words include NAME, NEXT, PICK, PART and OVER.
Word Families 2
(2 Lessons)
The child identifies families of words with similar spelling patterns. The child learns to recognize word endings and word patterns, as found in words such as PINK, SINK, DRINK, THINK and WINK.
Oral Comprehension 5
(1 Lesson)
The child listens to a story and reads along. The story has a series of literal and analytical questions for the child to answer. A short vocabulary review is also included.
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