K–3 Multisensory Approach to Reading How It Works:
Early Intervention 360 will lead your
struggling readers to greater comprehension and enjoyment through a systematic learning path. Core literacy skills are featured in 30 lessons correlated to IRA/ NCTE and state standards. The simple
5-step process pairs students in collaborative learning activities and parent involvement.
How We Know It Works: Research Foundation
Early Intervention 360 follows the Gradual Release of Responsibility instructional process, in which teachers “hand over” learning responsibility to their students after transitioning from explicit instruction and close monitoring to
demonstration and limited participation (Routman, 2002*). * Routman, R. (2002). Reading Essentials: The Speciics You Need To Teach Reading Well. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Teacher reads to student
We absolutely LOVE the kits!
We really utilized the materials in our small RtI groups!
— From a 1st grade teacher in Grand Rapids, Michigan
Gauge students’ reading skills with oral pre-assessments speciic to foundation skills.
Collaboration between teachers and parents is essential. Send home a School/Home Connection Letter in English or Spanish, and encourage parents to engage their children with hands-on activities. Or, introduce yourself by sending them a customized progress report through the web portal.
Perfect for RtI, ELL, Special Education and General Math Education
Teacher-scaffolded activities in small groups
Students return to core curriculum
3 HOME CONNECTION 4 EXTRA PRACTICE 5 POST-ASSESSMENT
Teacher-directed intervention activities target speciic skill challenges identiied in the pre-test.
5 Easy steps with hands-on games and activities
Send reinforcement activities home with students and communicate with parents via the web portal.
Collaborative intervention activities using multisensory games are great for reinforcement and extensions for all students.
CHOKING HAZARD (1) Not for under 3 yrs.
Administer post-assessments to verify improvement in students’ understanding of core literacy skills
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