Explode the Code Series  is a workbook based phonics program, covering letter sounds and most phonograms. This series starts by laying a strong foundation and building from it, including “1/2” books that provide practice for the skills learned in the whole-level books.
Phonological Awareness and Primary Phonics  – Thomas Gunning. This book is a brief, practical guide for teachers who want or have to teach phonics. Ideal for teaching struggling readers, this book details Dr. Gunning’s system to build on what students know and teach them to analyze words independently.
Teach Your Kid to Read in 100 Easy Lessons  – Siegfried Engelmann, Phyllis Haddox, and Elaine Bruner. The methods in this book are specifically for early reading skills and is not recommended for struggling readers
Endless Reader  is available for free in the App Store and in the Play Store . This app introduces sight words and the most commonly used words through interactive play with cute little Endless monsters.
Homer Learn and Grow  is a subscription-based site with games that “deliver playful learning across subjects.” You can choose the plan that best suits your needs, and they offer a 30-day free trial. There is also a free app available in the App Store  and Google Play. 
All about reading  has an app that teaches phonics and offers a free readiness checklist, reading assessments, as well as pre-reader resources. Kits are available for different reading levels and there are options to purchase an entire kit or individual items.
Reading Eggs  subscription-based with a free trial and apps available, Reading Eggs is a great place to start. A monthly membership is $9.99 and an annual one will run you $69.99.
Communityreading.org  is a collection of free resources with tools, tips, information, and support for struggling readers. This is a fantastic resource for dyslexic readers as well!
Progressivephonics.com  is another site with completely free resources for new and struggling readers.
The Free Reading Program  boasts an extensive library of resources for each grade level, all for free. Just create a free account and get started!
Red Apple Reading  is specifically geared for Pre-K through Third grade, whether the readers are new or struggling. Your first month is free, and after that a subscription is $7.50 a month for the first child, and #2.5 for each additional child.
Children Learning Reading  offers standard and deluxe packages to help beginner readers of all ages. They also offer a free trial and a 60-day satisfaction guarantee.
The Orton Gillingham Approach  “is a direct, explicit, multisensory, structured, sequential, diagnostic, and prescriptive way to teach literacy when reading, writing, and spelling does not come easily to individuals.” The website has a search function to locate a tutor, parent resources, and detailed information about the program.
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