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High Interest Topics - Skill Building: Academics

High Noon Reading is a reading intervention program for students in grades 3 and above that focuses on the development of decoding, fluency, and comprehension skills while also building skills in spelling, writing, and vocabulary. Each level follows a sequence of skills that correlates to the skills typically taught in classroom reading programs.
High Noon Reading is a reading intervention program for students in grades 3 and above that focuses on the development of decoding, fluency, and comprehension skills while also building skills in spelling, writing, and vocabulary. Each level follows a sequence of skills that correlates to the skills typically taught in classroom reading programs.
Designed for any student needing phonetic decoding and spelling training controlled to basic vocabulary. Teachers Manual provides instructions for entire student text.
Breaks down language into seven basic levels. At each level student is given basic concepts as a starter, then lists of new words to show these principles in operation.
Serves a dual purpose effectively teaches the alphabet sequence and the visual discrimination of letters while correcting reversals and rotation.
Designed to improve visual discrimination, visual memory for sequence, noting likenesses and differences, visual matching, and left-to-right progression.
Designed to improve visual discrimination, symbol memory, and left-to-right directionality while correcting problems with reversals, omissions, substitutions, and additions.
Designed to teach scanning of a line of type to improve reading, word recognition and discrimination skills.
A tracking program designed to help students strengthen left-to-right progression by scanning lines of print to find the 500 words most often used in the English language.
Support students with 180 daily practice activities to build their mathematical fluency and demonstrate their understanding. Each problem is tied to a specific mathematical concept to help students gain regular practice of key grade-level skills. These books feature quick, diagnostic-based activities that correlate to College and Career Readiness and other state standards, and includes data-driven assessment tips.
The 180 Days series of books offers a variety of brief daily lessons with necessary concepts and information geared toward immersing your students in each subject and forming good habits. Each practice allows your students the opportunity to evaluate their understanding of a concept and celebrate their improvement success.
The 180 Days series of books offers a variety of brief daily lessons with necessary concepts and information geared toward immersing your students in each subject and forming good habits.
Build reading skills and increase the ability to recognize sight words instantly with this invaluable classroom resource.
New! Provide students with 180 days of daily practice to build their knowledge of spelling rules, conventions, and patterns. Students gain regular practice with word study through these quick, diagnostic-based activities.
180 Days of Science provides teachers and parents with 180 days of daily practice to build students' science content-area knowledge. The quick, diagnostic-based activities allow busy teachers to cover science content daily.
New Take your students on a year-round problem-solving adventure with thematic units that hone in on the key skills needed to meet today's standards. With the changes in mathematics standards, teachers need a tool to help them implement lessons that provide a deeper understanding of math concepts.