We offer three Orton-Gillingham reading programs for three different age groups.
This program includes two workbooks with lessons and worksheets and an online app.
Also available are lesson slides, for classroom or remote teaching.
This program includes a workbook with lessons and worksheets and an online app.
Also available are lesson slides for classroom or remote teaching, an economical student workbook,
and a premium-plus app, for remote teaching, where the book is not needed.
This program includes a workbook with lessons and worksheets and an online app, which is available
at no extra cost. To get the app, use the promo code "HaveBook" at checkout. You will then get the app on your dashboard, however, the app
will require a word from the book to gain access.
Your students will earn coins as they play the games, which can be spent in the "fun zone" on their Student Dashboard. You'll be able to see how they answered the questions, right down to the details, on your Teacher Dashboard.
*Due to the nature of PDFs, they cannot be returned or refunded.
Take a break from the screen and use these fun card games and teaching tools .
These chapter books are for children who struggle to read and may have dyslexia. Our books are designed to foster independent reading, having a story to interest older children, yet with short sentences and paragraphs with simpler text. Eliminate the frustration of learning to read and show your child that reading can be fun!
The Adventures of Max and Liz - Book 1
Flesch–Kincaid Grade Level: 2.0
paperback, 108 pages
Sister and brother team, Liz and Max, with their friend Jack, explore the woods to find a neighborhood secret. Tucked in the woods sits an old shed, with many treasures that are over 100 years old. Join them on this adventure as they learn about an old story that is tied to the farm that is across the street from Max and Liz’s house.
The Adventures of Max and Liz - Book 2
Flesch–Kincaid Grade Level: 2.2
paperback, 110 pages
Sister and brother team, Liz and Max, with their friend Jack, find something special in the old shed. A trap door! They learn about how root cellars, used in the olden days, were used to store vegetables. But now there's trouble when the quad kids take over the shed. When the shed is torn down, there's more trouble when the quad kids blame our trio.
The Adventures of Max and Liz - Book 3
Flesch–Kincaid Grade Level: 0.8
paperback, 89 pages
A strange noise in the woods leads Max and his friend Jack to find a little monster! The monster, a scared kitten, soon wins the hearts of the club house gang, but trouble ensues when the kitten is taken by a big quad kid. Read how the club house kids get the kitten back!
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Third grade is the year when students with certain learning issues often start to noticeably fall behind.
Just the Facts! Workbook #3 is perfect for students who have not completely mastered addition
and subtraction, however, need to learn multiplication, division, as well as many other math related topics
that include these operations. This workbook, 8.5" x 11", has 45 lessons (247 pages) that, like our
reading programs, easily walks you through teaching your student math, it's cumulative with repetition.
It also utilizes pictures whenever possible to illustrate a concept. Each lesson is done with the student,
side-by-side, followed by 1 to 3 pages of independent work.
What makes this math curriculum different than others is that it repeats older material, so concepts are not forgotten. It is also different in that it is designed specifically for visual learners, utilizing many visual aids.
This curriculum is in-line with common core for third grade; the grade in which teachers and parents often start to notice their students struggle with math, especially the students who have struggled with reading and/or may have memory difficulties.
Colorful images to illustrate important mathematic concepts.
Whenever possible, visual cues are given to help the visual learner understand and remember the concept.
Problems are presented in an orderly manner to help eliminate confusion and promote good habits.
Exams & Quizzes
PDFs for exams and quizzes are available with answer keys.
Get the recources.
Difficult Math Facts Use Stories
For difficult multiplication facts, where skip counting is not easy, we use simple math stories with an image. These stories help the student quickly recall the math fact. For example, this image shows 3 and 6 taking bus 18 to school.
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Exams/quizzes available, with answer keys.
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Just the Facts! Math Stories
The Easy Way to Memorize Those Hard to Learn Math Facts
This Kindle book acts like flash cards to help reinforce the math facts that are taught with short stories in the Just the Facts! Workbook #3. Use on any device that supports a browser using Amazon's free Kindle app. Get the Kindle App.