Literacy Improvement Pre-K–5

In a typical elementary classroom, students' skills can often vary by five or six grade levels, presenting a challenge for teachers striving to differentiate instruction. Lexia’s goal is to empower teachers with technology to individualize learning paths for each student, and provides educators with the necessary progress monitoring data and resources to prioritize and plan teacher-led instruction.

 
  • Engage students and personalize their learning path
     

  • Present performance data in a manner that is easy to access and simple to interpret
     

  • Provide teachers the resources they need for direct instruction
     
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Personalized Learning

Personalized Learning

Lexia's pre-K–5 literacy solution is built around the specific needs of each student.  The solution is designed to adapt based on student responses and provide real-time personalization while students work independently online. Real-time data from student interaction is sent to the teacher, fueling customized lesson plans based on each student's needs.  Using the program's norm-referenced and criterion-referenced embedded assessment, teachers can focus on personalized instruction without having to stop to administer a test.

Independent, Student-Driven Learning

Students have individualized learning paths and are motivated by their own success.

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Assessment Without Testing

Information about student performance is easy to access and simple to interpret.

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Resources for Instruction & Practice

Teachers have the resources they need to provide direct instruction and intervention.

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Learn More About Lexia's Pre-K–5 Curriculum Solution

Learn More About Lexia's Pre-K–5 Curriculum Solution

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A little girl recently joined our kindergarten class who was a refugee from Africa and spoke very little English. She was naturally quiet and kept to herself. I can only imagine how isolated and lost she may have felt. I put her on Lexia Reading Core5®, our technology-based literacy program where students travel the world virtually.

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One student was struggling with the rules for doubling consonants in words. I was able to pull a lesson provided by Lexia and do a mini-lesson with the student on the rules and practice. When she returned to her computer program, and realized she could do it by herself, it built her confidence as a reader. Plus, she had the biggest smile on her face because she finally passed that level.

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