At the nexus of research and practice, Fountas and Pinnell's literacy programs provide educators with the tools they need to help students succeed in school and in life.
Comprehension Clubs K–8
Bring deep discussion, reading, and thinking to students
with engaging, high quality literature and informational
text sets across multiple themes. Comprehension Clubs
facilitates whole class interactive read alouds and student
book clubs so students have opportunities to analyze across
different texts, on the same theme, in a variety of settings.
Everyday Literacy K–6
Real-life reading takes many forms, from menus to maps and more.
Stimulate student interest and boost comprehension skills with
Everyday Literacy, an informational text program designed for
whole class, independent and partner reading. Engaging text themes, audio
features, and technology and print activities inspire students to engage
with multiple text types, becoming stronger, more confident readers.
Scholastic Guided Reading Programs K–6
Differentiated instructional time is a key component to any literacy program.
Scholastic Guided Reading Programs help readers process increasingly challenging,
conceptually rich, complex texts. Scholastic Guided Reading supports all readers–
challenged, gifted, and those for whom English is a target language.
Leveled Bookroom K–6
Provide access to thousands of books across a variety of genres, topics,
and content areas to expand the reading experiences of each student. This whole
school solution facilitates independent, small group, and partner reading.
Customizable options allow schools to align to existing curriculum and deliver
excellent reading instruction to each and every student.
How These Programs Work Together
Whole Class20–30 Minutes
Engage the entire class with Comprehension Clubs and Everyday Literacy! Read alouds, interactive whiteboard technology, and whole class instructional materials strengthen student comprehension and confidence in a whole class setting. Suggested implementation for these programs is 20-30 minutes per day, 4 days per week.
Small Group20–30 Minutes
Differentiated instructional time is a key component to any literacy program. Scholastic Guided Reading and Leveled Bookroom programs help readers process strategically challenging texts.
Focus on building background knowledge and increasing text complexity with these programs for 20-30 minutes, 4 days per week.
Student Book Clubs & Media Centers
Stimulate student interest and boost comprehension skills through audio, computer, and print activities. Comprehension Clubs, Everyday Literacy, and the Leveled Bookroom provide teachers and students with opportunities to engage with texts using multiple media and instructional formats, for 20-30 minutes per day, 4-5 days per week. Programs can be implemented simultaneously with rotating groups.