“The kids’ engagement is nothing like I have ever seen before in my 19 years of teaching.”
“It is very easy to use and has activities that can support brief mini-lessons as well as lengthier, more in-depth lessons. It can align with and enhance any curriculum.”
Sheila Rogers, a kindergarten teacher in the Gwinnett County Public School District, considers Letters alive as a powerful tool that enhances her current curriculum.
“I have been using Letters alive in my kindergarten class for almost a year now and my students and I absolutely LOVE it! I presented this program to our admin, tech department, and other kindergarten teachers and it was a big hit!”
Special Education Teacher
“From 10% to over 80% of Mastery of CVC words! – My kids are obsessed!”
Rachel utilized the Letters alive® supplemental early literacy curriculum (a part of Learning alive™) with her students and experienced amazing results in just one month. The learning experience of Rachel’s students progressed from a stagnant pace to one of energy, joy & success!
Special Needs Teacher
PPCD teacher Michelle Luthman uses Letters alive for her students with learning and intellectual disabilities, physical impairments, and other health concerns, to create an engaging learning environment to teach vital early reading skills.
“Over 100 PreK and Kindergarten classrooms are currently using Letters alive and Math alive with ELL students.”
“Only 20 percent of our kids are ready for kindergarten. Now our libraries have the ability to bridge that gap with Letters alive.”
“My class LOVES Letters Alive! It is such an easy program to integrate into your existing curriculum. I have seen a huge difference in my students after completing just the first unit in the classroom!
It’s the perfect way to keep students learning, practicing what they need, and having fun at the same time. It is also hands-on and easy for the students to manipulate by themselves.”
“How do you get a room full of preschoolers to pay attention? Check out Letters alive…
The movie-like look keeps them focused; and without even realizing, they walk away better prepared for kindergarten!”