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Accelerate Reading with Summer School Take-Home Decodable Packs!

Accelerate Reading with Summer School Take-Home Decodable Packs!

The summer is a crucial time to keep students engaged in reading. Research shows that procedural skills, like decoding, are the most impacted by the summer break. 

Recently, Just Right Reader hosted a Science of Reading Summer Webinar with literacy expert, Dr. Paul von Hippel, who shared how districts can create a summer plan based on the Science of Reading to eliminate the summer slide and even accelerate summer reading achievement! Watch ithere.

Just Right Reader’s Summer School Take-Home Decodable Packs are great for helping districts easily add more phonics supplements into their summer programs and meet summer learning goals! There are5 Summer Take-Home Decodable Packs included—this means students will receive Science of Reading decodables forevery week of summer!

Visit our Take-Home Decodable Pack pagehere for more information!
 

Our Take-Home Decodable Packs help students:

  • Strengthen critical decoding skills and address unfinished learning
  • Retain knowledge and skills learned in the previous school year
  • Reinforce key phonics skills through powerful, short videos
  • Build reading confidence over the summer

With Summer School Take-Home Decodable Packs, students continue building literacy skills all summer long through engaging Science of Reading decodables. We even include a backpack for every child so they can read their decodables wherever they go! 

Want to schedule a meeting to review how Just Right Reader’s Summer School Take-Home Decodable Packs align with your district’s summer program? Clickhere. 

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