The immense collection of books on Raz-Plus offers numerous
avenues to meet your reading instruction requirements for PreK-6. Engaging
Leveled Books provide 29 levels of text complexity to support
any guided reading program. Other books target phonics, the alphabet,
high-frequency words, poetry, vocabulary, and more. Many resources are also
available to students in the Kids A-Z student learning environment.
Raz-Plus has a vast collection of informational and literary Leveled Books on a wide variety of topics. We also provide books to support foundational skills instruction, helping students build fluency and comprehension as they move on to more complex texts. Lesson plans, teaching tips, worksheets, quizzes, flashcards, literature circle journals, and more accompany many of the books.
Students can also access thousands of books through the Kids A-Z student-learning environment or mobile app anytime they have Internet access, making independent practice easy and fun. The built-in tools and journals allow students to annotate and reflect upon the text, while listen versions model fluency and eQuizzes provide opportunities to demonstrate comprehension.
You can quickly download and print any of our books for use in the classroom or to send home with students. The projectable books with built-in interactive tools allow you to effectively engage in whole-class or small-group instruction. Have students practice independently using eBooks, which are easily assignable from the book's thumbnail or landing page. Students can also progress through the levels at their own pace using the Level Up area within Raz-Kids planet on Kids A-Z or read for fun in the Reading Room.
Support differentiated and guided reading instruction with 29 of text complexity.
Favorite characters and engaging collections capture imaginations and provide scaffolds for reading.
Themed Nonfiction Series
Provide your students with focused content-area and literacy instruction with the Themed Nonfiction Series.
With this Classics collection, students can engage with famous authors, stories, and poems in literature.
Develop letter recognition with objects and words for each letter.
Alliteration with a target sound builds phonemic awareness skills.
Simple pictures with labels introduce sound and symbol relationships.
Continuous text supports systematic and direct, explicit phonics lessons.