New York Literacy/ELA Programs

Overview of Literacy/ELA Programs

Preparing Skilled Readers, Writers, and Thinkers

With our continuum of differentiated literacy programs and learning platforms, you can precisely tailor literacy instruction to the needs of all your students. Our shared commitment and expertise can transform all students into skilled readers, writers, and thinkers.

Featured Literacy/ELA Program


Wonders is designed to foster a love of reading in all children. Through exploration of texts and daily development of their skills as readers, writers, speakers, and active listeners, students experience the power of literacy. Our focus on teaching the whole child prepares students to be lifelong learners and critical thinkers—and we ensure that every child is represented with support for ELLs, MLLs and students with disabilities.

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Maravillas, a fully connected Spanish Language Arts program, supports students as they become bilingual, biliterate, and bicultural. Instructional plans, themes, skills, strategies, and test preparation mirror those of the core Wonders program. With a wealth of authentic literature ranging across the Spanish-speaking world, Maravillas gives students equity of access to rich texts and rigorous instruction.

New 2020 copyright available for Summer 2019

Wonders for English Learners

Wonders for English Learners offers instruction specifically designed to create learning experiences that inspire confidence, increase student engagement, and build language skills. Lessons emphasize building speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills to improve both academic and social language and accelerate progress in the classroom. All instruction connects with core Wonders content, providing a seamless pathway for students to access content at their proficiency level, build understanding, and engage in the core classroom.

Open Court Reading

Open Court Reading

A curriculum you can trust, Open Court Reading delivers a legacy of success that is based on a history of improving reading skills for all students. The explicit, systematic, research-based instruction ensures active learning and participation by all students with the scaffolding needed to achieve independent reading. Continually evolving to meet the needs of today’s students and teachers, Open Court Reading resources and digital instruction effectively build a foundation for lifelong learning.