Our Early Reading Language Arts develops in students the desire to read through fun stories with vivid characters, hands-on activities and games, reading comprehension worksheets and games, worksheets that teach phonics, vocabulary, creative composition and writing, spelling, basic grammar, and handwriting and more within our program guides.
These programs focus heavily on developing reading comprehension and instilling a love for reading for all students. Along with the reading focus, students also learn all the other aspects of language arts.
Our Early Reading Language Arts are not divided by grade, as all students learn to read at different times and different rates. It’s our hope that the informative and lyrical titles given to our language arts programs would help parents place their students in our Early Reading Programs.
What makes our Early Language Arts Uniquely WP?
- Yearly Storyline & Theme
Our Early Learning Language Arts has one linear storyline beginning in Letters to Little Words and
ending in Readers to Real Books. Each week students will join curious critters like Mac, Acorn and Dash
and Scoot! Adventures and danger is never far away!
- Write-In Readers
Once students learn to read, we begin to use our write-in readers. These books feature reading,
phonics, spelling, vocabulary, grammar, and reading comprehension all together in one resource. This
makes it so easy for the parents! These readers present each day’s concepts to the student (with
- Weekly Phonics Focus
Each week, the student will have one phonics concept focus. These can be anything from vowels to
phonograms to word endings. This focus will be linked in their reading, spelling and vocabulary, which
rapidly increases decoding skills and builds strong skills in reading comprehension.
- Hands-On Activities & Games
All of our Early Reading Programs have games and activities scheduled to reinforce the weekly phonics
focus. As the students progress, these fun games will help them with spelling and word families, too.
Download Our Early Language Arts Placement Evaluation Form (K – 6th)