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    What? You didn’t know they were at war? Where have you been? This terrific little book helps kids to visualize the differences between vowels and consonants. It even talks about how the letter Y is a spy, sometimes acting as ...

    When students highlight spelling words in their STEPS Log, they use red pencils. You can order these from our catalog. Seeing the multi-letter phonograms and long vowels at the end of syllables underlined helps students learn to ...

This article by Louisa Moats addresses reading problems with the older student. It’s really exciting to see older students and adults who’ve struggled for years with reading problems FINALLY get it! Not being able to read well is for ...

A question from a STEPS teacher: If a child has a slow speech pattern, should this really affect their fluency score? What if a 2nd grade child reads slowly, 45wpm, but can answer comprehension questions almost verbatim from the story. Can we ...