Bonnie Kline Make & Take Stories for Comprehension
  • Controlled Readers formatted as make-and-take storybooks.
  • Designed for classroom use and at-home practice.
  • Used to reinforce reading comprehension at the primary level.
  • Student comprehension questions included for each story.
  • Question types varied to build test-taking skills.
  • A teacher's guide of interactive questions and answers. 
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We are all very excited!
“The students have responded wonderfully to Framing Your Thoughts, and the teachers have really appreciated the structure. We just completed our own Scope and Sequence for the teachers to follow, and all grades K-4th are expected to include it in their writing curriculum. Finally, some consistency! We are all very excited.”
--Jenny Bryant, Chestnut Hill School 
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I have never seen such enthusiasm in the classroom!
“Glenwood Academy loves the Project Read Sentence Structure Program! I truly cannot say enough about the Project Read curriculum, and I am so happy that we found it. This program excites students to write. I have never seen such enthusiasm in the classroom! As a veteran teacher with over 40 years of experience educating children, I love what I see. The students respond so well to their multi-sensory skill instruction because it teaches written language sequentially and systematically. Thank you, Victoria Greene! The more we can spread the news about this awesome program, the more kids we will truly be reaching.”
--Mrs. Stradling, Classroom teacher at Glenwood Academy

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Spell Tabs
Upcoming conferences that Language Circle/Project Read will be attending:

Northern Ohio Branch IDA Conference
Intercontinental Hotel and Conference Center
Cleveland, Ohio
March 7, 8, 9, 2013

Upper Midwest Branch IDA Conference
University of St. Thomas
St. Paul, Minnesota
April 19, 2013 

We hope to see you there! 

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NEW!! Report Form Process Guide

The Report Form program is an active and effective curriculum used to teach students a process for collecting, classifying, and organizing expository text for critical thinking. The goal of this process is to transform every student, no matter their learning profile, into active, thoughtful, and purposeful readers.

The Report Form Guide has been redesigned from head-to-toe. Behind our brand new cover, you will find new and engaging expository reports which cover a variety of topics including famous people, fascinating places, and interesting things from all over the world. Students will use these new reports and corresponding activities to build a skill-set specific to non-fiction reading, allowing them to gain confidence across the entire spectrum of reading comprehension.

There are many additional benefits of the Report Form curriculum. To name a few:

  • Aligns with state and national Common CORE standards
  • Graphic organizers provided to assist students in systematizing non-fiction information
  • Links to internet articles provided for supplementary reference
  • Breaks down test-taking anxiety by developing a richer comprehension of a variety of test questions
  • Provide a foundation for multi-curricula research and test-taking beyond the Language Arts classroom
  • Research-based, student-tested, and proven successful in classrooms throughout the nation


The Report Form curriculum also prepares students for life beyond the classroom. By developing evaluative critical thinking abilities and sound study habits, students acquire knowledge and educational tools that later transfer to impressive executive skills. With the ever-changing landscape of academic and professional opportunity, it is more important than ever to focus on these foundational principles of education.

For educators interested in expanding their knowledge, additional staff development can be completed through our Report Form webinar. This webinar equips educators with extra supplementary activities and insight into the Report Form curriculum, providing them with an advantage in classroom instruction as well as increased accountability. Visit our workshop calendar to learn more about upcoming courses.