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Read Naturally Live Is Now Available for the iPad!
Now you can provide your students with greater access to Read Naturally Live in iPad-enabled classrooms and computer labs with our new free* iPad app!

Read Naturally will be exhibiting at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference in Philadelphia, PA from April 9–12, 2014. Thousands of special education teachers, administrators, researchers, professors, and students from around the world will discuss the Common Core State Standards; administration; autism; co-teaching and collaboration; emotional and behavior disorders; instructional strategies for math, reading, and science; policy; technology; and Response to Intervention.

You’re browsing the shelves of your favorite bookstore. Book spines of various sizes and colors flank a book whose cover is facing outward, looking you squarely in the eye. Not surprisingly, this is the book that interests you. Someone has clearly decided it’s special. Which...

Let’s Talk About Spelling…
Automated spell-check. Without it, I’d need to be more conscientious about spelling words like conscientious correctly. But if my computer can spell it for me, why would I need to learn to spell conscientious myself? In the age of automated spell-check, teachers may wonder if...

The Gift of Time
The Read Naturally strategy delivers remarkable results when used correctly. Numerous studies have proven this fact, and countless teachers observe it every day. If you’re using the Read Naturally strategy and not getting the results you hope for, one simple change will often do the trick:...

Introducing Our Brand-New Website!
Check it out! We completely revamped our website, www.readnaturally.com . You’ll immediately notice a fresh new look and easy-to-navigate homepage. But that’s far from all. Our goal was to make each page on our site more user-friendly and informative. We streamlined, organized,...

Spring conferences are fast approaching! As you share your students’ fluency progress with their parents/guardians, point out the ways they can support this progress at home. Consider offering our “fluency at home” letter, which explains to parents how they can use teacher modeling, repeated reading, and progress monitoring at home.

This time of year can find many students lacking in motivation. Thankfully, there are many simple ways to spice up your Read Live or Encore program to keep your students engaged.

One easy way to give students a motivation boost is to have them track the number of stories they complete each week. As they try to match or beat their score from the previous week, students are incentivized to put forth their best effort each day.

Are you looking for a way to quickly and accurately assess your students’ phonics abilities? Look no further than Read Naturally’s Quick Phonics Screener (QPS).

Teachers consistently report that QPS provides highly valuable information through an easy and efficient process. This criterion-referenced assessment is appropriate for kindergartners, adult learners, and all students in between.

Congratulations to Star Student Gabriel B. from High Point, NC! Gabriel is a seventh-grade student at Ferndale Middle School. Gabriel’s teacher, Julie Kimsey, had this to say about him:

Make Your Student a STAR!

Read Naturally Star of the Month​Share your student’s success story—nominate him or her for our Star of the Month award. Win a Barnes & Noble gift card for the student and a Read Naturally gift certificate for your class!

pointer Submit a Star-of-the-Month entry

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