1 Take-Home Decodable Pack - Perfect for end of the year review
Our Take-Home Decodable Packs extend phonics instruction beyond the classroom and strengthen school-home partnerships. Give students the gift of decodables and the power of personalized phonics practice that accelerates reading achievement in class and at home.
Rigorous Phonics Progression
We worked with leading literacy experts to develop a phonics progression that aligns to all phonics programs and curriculums. Perfect for small group instruction and independent reading, our decodables offer structured phonics practice that leads to reading success for every student.
Support for Educators and Caregivers
We know that the caring adults in a child's life play a crucial role in their reading journey. Every Just Right Reader title comes with ready-to-go resources and practical guidance. Free professional development with Science of Reading researchers and over 50+ resources in English and Spanish equip educators, families, and caregivers to support every student to experience reading success.
To support word recognition, Just Right Readers go to the heart of the matter—WORDS! These lively books have decodable and high frequency words that research tells us impact word recognition
Dr. Heidi Anne Mesmer
Professor of Literacy Education
at Virginia Tech
Just Right Reader’s Take-Home Decodable Packs are a great tool to motivate children to keep reading and make it easy for families to support reading at home.
Dr. Lucy Hart Paulson
LETRS Co-Founder and Professor of Education
at Stanford University
If you are looking for decodable texts to support a well-articulated scope and sequence of phonics instruction, look no further! Just Right Reader Decodables are clearly designed to support explicit, systematic phonics instruction.
Dr. D. Ray Reutzel
Senior Research Fellow at the
Center for the School of the Future
Consistent practice, especially if it’s spaced or interleaved, at students’ phonics skill level with engaging text that is interesting and has characters and situations that students identify with, will motivate students to read even when nobody’s telling them to
Dr. Paul von HippelProfessor at the University of Texas at Austin