About Phonics Intervention

This intensive phonics intervention program is designed for students two or more years below grade level expectations. Lessons are designed to be delivered one-on-one or in small group by an intervention specialist or resource teacher.

It is built on the Science of Reading research and aligns to the tenets of Structured Literacy, shown to be beneficial for students with dyslexia.

It encompasses the 7 Characteristics of Strong Phonics Instruction and addresses the 10 Reasons Why Phonics Instruction Sometimes Fails, as detailed by program consultant Wiley Blevins.


Wiley Blevins
Program Consultant

Quick Placement Assessment​

For ordering purposes, if you don’t have student assessment data, use the Quick Placement Assessment to determine which levels you need.

Scope and Sequence

Sequential and systematic instructional sequence aligns to Tier 1 phonics solutions.

  • Aligns to Benchmark Phonics Tiers 1 and 2
  • Aligns to Benchmark Advance Grades K-3

Embedded Professional Development Videos

Professional guidance from Wiley Blevins is embedded directly into instruction and provided for each of the key instructional phonics routines.


Teacher Guides

Explicit, systematic, multi-modal instruction in daily 20-30 minute lessons

3-Part lesson structure: Warm-Up: Students reread the previously read decodable text, review sound-spelling and high-frequency words or engage in phonological awareness training

Multimodal Mini-lesson: e.g., blending, word building, dictation, and vocabulary and content knowledge development through the Read Aloud Cards.

Application to Reading and Writing: Students read a new decodable text and write about it.

Student Books

Application is where the learning sticks. Every day, students read decodable texts in their student book. These texts include ample words for the target skill as well as plenty of review skills. Students will also write about each text.

Read-Aloud Cards

Build vocabulary and content knowledge through read-alouds that provide students opportunities to build content-rich vocabulary.

Quick Phonics and Spelling Assessment & Phonological Awareness Kit

Use to quickly and accurately diagnose students’ strengths and instructional needs.

Formative Assessments

If/Then assessments are built into the instruction at the midpoint of the unit to determine if student should move forward or needs to continue within the same unit.

Cumulative Assessments

Track progress and monitor to mitigate learning decay.


Picture Word Cards, Vocabulary, Word Cards, High Frequency Word Cards, and Student Workmats support phonics and knowledge building with hands-on resources.

Phonics and Letter Song Videos

Engaging songs reinforce phonics skills and teach letter formation.