Snap Learning Releases Free Books and New Products

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[] Fresno, California - SNAP Learning, a recognized publisher of K-6 reading curriculum, launched a new website with two new reading products in celebration of National Reading Month, in March. SNAP Learning is dedicated to providing educators with quality digital reading material aligned to the Common Core. In honor of National Reading Month, the company chose March to launch its two Common Core aligned, reading products for districts and educators to help students with their ELA programs.

The 'Close Reading Portfolio' provides a series of interactive exercises that gives students practice in deriving central ideas and key supporting points in their reading material. SNAP Learning's new 'Books & Collections' library comprises nearly 500 English and Spanish titles, and was developed to provide supplemental, grade specific, reading material in History/Social Science and Science topics.

In addition to the above, the company's popular 'Guided Reading Program' is still available on their redesigned website and provides over 130 engaging books and lesson plans, covering comprehension strategies, oral fluency skills, and content in history, science, and language arts.

Free Published Books Released for National Reading Month:
In addition to the new products, followers of the SNAP blog and social networks will also get 3 free books in digital format to share with their students.

The Golden State, by Susanne Herfurth & Sue Byers, Illustrations by J.R.Craig & Sou Saetern:
Ideal for 4th grade, readers can learn about California from this informational text, which includes interesting facts and features about the state.

The American Immigrants, by Tony Losongco, Illustrations by Paul Klepac:
Written for 5th graders, this non-fiction compares and contrasts the experiences of new Americans during two historical periods of immigration.

Weather by Michael Contreras, Illustrations by Rae Mendiola:
6th graders will love the graphic features in this book that will help them interpret maps and other weather graphics.

To get these free books in digital format follow the SNAP learning blog, or any of their social media channels given on the website.

The brainchild of Sullivan Learning Systems, SNAP Learning is a leading provider of response to intervention (RTI). SNAP's engaging books in fiction and nonfiction, along with scripted lesson plans enable educators to offer guided instruction and practice in phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension covering K-6 content in history, science, and language arts.
For more information visit the website.

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