Really Great Reading Catalog


Bring the Science of Reading to Your Classroom

Really Great Reading® specializes in helping educators teach the foundational skills that lead to strong decoding and fluent reading.

We provide scientifically aligned tools that help schools build strong literacy foundations in primary grades and help remediate decoding issues in upper elementary, middle, and high school students. 
All Really Great Reading lessons teach the subskills that lead to strong decoding and fluent reading. They focus on the instruction that makes a difference in decoding: direct, systematic, explicit, and multisensory phonemic awareness and phonics instruction. Evidence indicates that teaching these skills in this manner has both immediate and long-lasting positive effects on overall scholastic achievement. The instruction is appropriately paced and engaging. It focuses on teaching functional strategies rather than rules, which allows students to transfer knowledge gained at the single-word level to words in a larger text.

Visit our Ordering Information page to access our W9, sole source letter, shipping costs, where to fax or mail your PO, and how to request a purchase recommendation. Or use the quick links below to download our order forms and W9:

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Explore Our Free Reading Resources 

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Science of Reading Workshops

Select from the Science of Reading, Vocabulary,
Oral Language, and so much more.

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Heart Word Magic 

Help Students Learn to Read and Spell 
High-Frequency and Sight Words.

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Diagnose and Group

Quickly assess, group, and progress monitor your students for effective intervention and instruction.

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Digital Sound Wall

Teach students to connect the sounds to the spellings that represent them in words.

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Letter Tile Freeplay

A digital interface where students and teachers use letter tiles to build, segment, sound out, and spell. 

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Blog & In the News

Bridge the gap between reading research and classroom practice. Read our blogs.

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