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Adventures in Reading: Kindergarten Online Reading Program

Adventures in Reading: Kindergarten is a comprehensive supplemental reading program that can be used to support and extend any core reading curriculum. This program combines the latest research on successful reading instruction with rich interactive lessons designed to hold the attention of emergent and early readers...and make learning fun!

Adventures in Reading: Kindergarten covers the five key areas of reading instruction:
phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension.
A pre-assessment module places each student at their optimum starting point, then continually monitors their progress, fine-tuning difficulty and repetition to match performance. The adaptive, multi-level lessons and integrated open-ended activities provide students with skills practice throughout the year.

  • 21 multi-level adaptive lessons, complete with 6 open-ended instructional activities
  • Aligned with National Reading Panel research, state kindergarten 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
What teachers are saying

"I use Study Dog in my classroom and have seen dramatic results with it! I assess my children on a monthly basis. With the results I identified students who were in need of intensive intervention and started them on Study Dog. I retested the children yesterday and I was amazed at how their scores have improved since last month!

I have been working with my Title I teacher and she is also sold on the program! We feel it is an excellent intervention strategy to use at our school!

Thanks for this GREAT tool!!!


Christie Paxton, 1st grade teacher
Colonel William Casey Elementary


Skill
Description
Character
Alphabet
(3 Lessons)
The child identifies the capital and small letters of the alphabet in sentences and words. The child also learns how words and sentences are read left to right.
Single-Sound Consonants
(3 Lessons)
The child matches single-sound consonants with the appropriate letters and vice-versa. The single-sound consonants include Bb, Dd, Ff, Hh, Jj, Kk, Ll, Mm, Pp, Rr, Tt, Vv and Zz. The sounds of these letters are the foundation for using phonetic skills to sound out words.
Multi-Sound Consonants
(3 Lessons)
The child identifies the multiple-sounds of Cc, Gg, Nn, Qu, Ss, Ww, Xx, and Yy. For example, the letter C has two sounds heard in the words CITY and CUT. These letters and sounds can be difficult to master, but are critical for young readers to distinguish.
Beginning Sounds
(3 Lessons)
The child identifies and hears the beginning sounds of words such as RAT, CUT and KIT. These lessons strengthen the child's understanding of sounds in printed text by segmenting the beginning sounds of simple words.
Rhyming Words
(3 Lessons)
The child blends sounds together to create rhyming words. This skill extends the range of words the child can sound out. These lessons introduce short-vowel sounds
Oral Comprehension 1
(3 Lessons)
The child listens to and reads stories. Each story has a series of literal and analytical questions. These lessons introduce concepts of printed text, how text is read left to right and return, and models fluent reading.
Sight Words 1
(2 Lessons)
The child recognizes high-frequency sight words needed to read text quickly and accurately. Some of these words include, for example, YOU, THEY, WITH, FROM, and WHO
Word Families 1
(3 Lessons)
The child adds, deletes or substitutes letters in words to form new words. The words the child makes builds on the sounds learned in the previous StudyDog lessons.
Oral Comprehension 2
(1 Lesson)
The child listens to and reads stories. Each story has a series of literal and analytical questions. These lessons introduce concepts of printed text, how text is read left to right and return, and models fluent reading.
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