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Introducing Lexia Reading Core5 for home use!  Core5 is an essential component of every reading curriculum that will help students master foundational reading skills.
It is designed for students in preschool through 5th grade.  Older students will use Strategies for Older Students of the original Lexia Reading program. To purchase Lexia Reading for $174.95 for a one year subscription, click here.

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What is Core 5? and the difference between it and Lexia's Strategies

Core 5 is for student pre-K to 5th grade. If your student is reading above the fifth grade level, we suggest Lexia Strategies program, it used to be called Stragies for Older Students. 

Both programs are excellent for students that need help learning how to read. Remember, the student doesn't need to have a learning disability to use Lexias programs. It's great for anyone that needs help to learn how to read.

Lexia in the news

HOPE Online Learning Academy Co-Op in Colorado’s Douglas County has used a blend of online and face-to-face learning to deliver highly individualized instruction to students, many of whom entered the school at risk of failing. The school’s data-driven approach allows teachers to target instruction to meet each student’s unique needs.

Implementing Family Literacy Centers

A Proposal to Implement Family Literacy Centers

in Underserved Communities

Manager, Family Literacy Centers, inc.

FLC, Inc. helps communities establish Family Literacy Centers by offering easy-to-use materials and methods.  We also offer follow-up training to directors and center workers, a donation of startup reading and training materials, and help with internet record-keeping support.  Our main goals are to 1) focus on internalizing literacy in the family context; 2) emphasize parental involvement and commitment in helping identify children who need help in reading; 3) encourage those who can read to read more, (Mark Twain once said: "The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who can't read them."); 4) utilize the natural volunteers of the home — parents, grandparents, and siblings; 5) explain effective and easy-to-use assessment measures; and 6) use community resources as a means to help families establish the home as a true learning center.

Overview of Instructional Materials used in Literacy

Overview of the Instructional Materials

Used in the FLC, Inc. Program

Manager, Family Literacy Centers, inc.

Office Management Tools Used in a Family Literacy Center

OFFICE MANAGEMENT TOOLS

USED IN A FAMILY LITERACY CENTER


Manager, Family Literacy Centers, inc.


A smoothly functioning literacy center requires substantial paper work.  Family Literacy Incorporated and modern technology can help with many of the routine office tasks.   

Organizing a Family Literacy Center

ORGANIZING A FAMILY LITERACY CENTER

On-line Tutoring now available!

Does your child have dyslexia, ADHD, or another learning disablity? We are offering a free Comprehensive Reading Examination to assess your child before we can tell you if our on-line tutoring program will help. Our main focus will be reading, comprehension, and fluency. If you would like to set up a time for that free evaluation, please contact me. The exam will take anywhere from 15-45 minutes, depending on how the student performs. If we determine our program can help your child, the price will be $25-30.00 for a 30-minute session with a certified tutor, plus the cost of supplies.

Teaching Values through Reading with Intermediate Readers — Part IV

Teaching Values through Reading

with Intermediate Readers — Part IV


Improving Writing Skills with Intermediate Readers —

Improving Writing Skills with

Intermediate Readers — Part III


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