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TextProject is the only website with student texts and teacher guides based on the science of reading—available for free download. Download our research-based, open-access resources for teachers, teacher educators, parents, tutors, and students.

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TextProject is the only website with high-quality student texts and teacher guides that are all available for free download.

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Core Vocabulary Project
Core Vocabulary Project
Vocabulary instruction through networks of words
Core Vocabulary Project
Vocabulary instruction through networks of words
Frankly Freddy

Blog on Reading Research and Practice

Science of Reading
The Science of
Reading
A blog and video series based on evidence from reading research
The Science of Reading
A blog and video series based on evidence from reading research
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Free Classroom Materials for Teaching Reading

teacher reading to small group of elementary grade students

Classroom-proven resources including favorite books, reading passages, vocabulary lessons, word pictures, literacy lists & forms.

Free Student Texts

Free texts for reading instruction! TextProject is the sole website with free texts based on the science of reading.

Beginning Reads - free student texts for K-1 readers

For programs such as BeginningReaders and FYI for Kids, world-renowned researcher and teacher educator, Patricia Cunningham, has written lessons to accompany the texts.

Vocabulary Instruction

word map for Placed and Dwellings - Places People Live & Types of Dwellings People Live In,

Vocabulary is the strongest predictor of reading comprehension. TextProject provides free resources for the four kinds of vocabulary words that contribute to reading comprehension: core, academic, content-area, and literary.