The Learning Resource Room

   Students with reading disabilities, or  Dyslexia, need good curriculum at every level. Beyond the level of oral language development, students need to develop phonological awareness, the sense that individual words make up sentences, syllables combine to make words, and that words are composed of individual sounds. It has been determined that this ability is critical to reading success, and is an area with which many dyslexic students struggle. There are many activities that can enhance this awareness of sound.  These are some good curriculum resource sites that I have found.  If you know of some others, please let me know and I will add them to the page.

Awesome Library- Mathematics

Calif. Dept of Ed. Curriculum &

Curriculum Associates

Curriculum Publishers

Ed Helper

Educator’s Publishing Service

Fountas & Pinnell Leveled Books

A-Z Leveled Books

Heinemann Publishers

High Frequency Word Lists

Idiom List

K-8 Education Place

Pearson-Longman Home Page

Math Solutions

My Teacher Tools

Reading Level Assessment

Remedia Publications

Touch Math


Sopris West




High Frequency word list

New Readers Press

Adolescent Literacy Materials

National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy

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