Read Write Speak It!

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Primary & Intermediate Level Lessons

15 minutes a day to literacy and fluency for Primary Grades 1, 2 & 3 and Intermediate 4, 5, 6 & 7

One Year Subscription - 28 Weekly Lesson Plans

What's included in each level:

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Includes a sample lesson from each level!

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Individual Immediate Access: One year subscription.  $119.00 per user, per level, or save with bundles!
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Primary Level Grade One


Primary Level Grade Two


Primary Level Grade Three


Primary Bundle


Intermediate Grade 4


Intermediate Grade 5


Intermediate Grade 6


Intermediate Grade 7


Intermediate Bundle


Why it Works

Primary is recommended for grades 1 through 3, and Intermediate/Middle is recommended for grades 4 and up. 
The 28 Lessons within each level are organized alphabetically (we’ve included SH and TH digraphs in this version – we will be adding more in the future.) This does not mean the lessons need to be presented in that particular order! The lessons are arranged alphabetically more for convenience than a required sequence.
Provided with each level is a spreadsheet that lists the corresponding lettermentor texts, targeted standards-based literacy lessons, and in Primary, a cross curricular content connection. The Intermediate/Middle spreadsheet lists the same components, but rather than cross curricular content connection, we’ve identified a literary theme.

We encourage you to arrange the lessons in a sequence to best fit with your current instruction.

Support for teachers of English Language Learners:

Under the main categories of Primary and Intermediate/Middle, the resource is divided into Grade Levels. The text complexity levels up with each grade. If a primary student, aged 6,7, or 8, is a newcomer to English, consider beginning with the first-grade level.

If a student is a newcomer to English and in intermediate or middle grades, aged 9 and up, consider beginning with the lessons in Grade 4. You will find the text in Grade 4 is developmentally appropriate for intermediate and middle grades. No need to drop these students back to primary topics and texts.

We encourage you to arrange the lessons in a sequence to best fit with your current instruction.

How To Use This Resource:

Below are a  couple videos that further explain Read Write Speak it! and how to access and use a level once it is purchased.