Reading Rangers

Develop Fluent K–5 Readers with Independent, Online Practice

Reading Rangers is an interactive, web-based, student-centered literacy learning solution. It works with any core curriculum and promotes the critical skills students need to become strong readers.

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Fun Practice Builds Essential Literacy Skills

Whether your students need extra reading practice or could benefit from targeted literacy intervention, Reading Rangers builds fluency, strengthens vocabulary, and reinforces comprehension skills for students at all levels. Reading Rangers is self-directed, online practice that also provides support for English language learners, including read-along passages, audio, and chunking of text with highlighting.

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Now Included with Voyager Passport

The Reading Rangers interactive online practice program is designed to strengthen foundational reading skills, improve vocabulary acquisition, and increase fluency resulting in improved comprehension. For those reasons and more, it is a great supplemental reading tool included with ESSA Strong, evidence-based Voyager Passport® literacy intervention.

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Reading Rangers is Remote Ready with:

Motivating Web-Based Environment • Online Quizzes • Teacher Dashboard • Student Online Data • Gamification • Audio Components • Instructional Videos

If you liked TJ Ticket and Ticket to Read®, you'll love Dewey and Reading Rangers!

Ready for a Reading Adventure?

Come along, meet Dewey, and discover how Reading Rangers uses motivating gamification in challenges, journeys, quests, puzzles, and more to create reading success for K–5 students.

Two key components build foundational reading skills:

  1. Listening Comprehension offers the opportunity for beginning and struggling readers to interact with text being read aloud.
  2. Reading Comprehension allows students to practice fluent reading, interact with vocabulary, and improve comprehension strategies.

Teachers Who Are Empowered with Reading Rangers Can:

  • Deliver engaging activities that follow the structured path of learning to show students in the acquisition phase of foundational literacy skills what their learning will look like and allow learning to build naturally
  • Access helpful reports that provide crucial data that can define how students are performing and detail the specific areas where they are struggling
  • Assign supplemental literacy lessons that align with any core reading curriculum or ELA program they are using
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Self-directed reading practice that supports any reading or intervention program