Leveraging Literacy for Everyday Life
Discover Literacy resources are designed to ignite innovative and engaging approaches to teaching and literacy basics. Educators, students, and families can integrate these resources into their everyday lives to strengthen their literacy skills and become confident readers.
Guide learning with thematically structured resources that harness the 5 Basic Skills of Literacy: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Fluency, Vocabulary, and Reading Comprehension.
5 Basic Skills of Literacy
Get Students into the Rhythm of Spoken Words
Students develop an “ear for language” as they become familiar with the core sounds of words.
Rhythm and Rhyme
Sequence of Sounce
Building a Sound Understanding of Words and Language
Students establish an understanding of the relationship between the visual representation of a word and its corresponding sound.
Celebrate the Real-World Power of Reading Skills
Students learn a simple 3-part formula that can be used to achieve effective reading fluency.
Give Students the Building Blocks of Quality Communication
Students will learn how to grow their knowledge of words and build their vocabulary from the ground up.
Tiered Vocabulary Strategies
Decoding Language to Unlock Students’ World
Students uncover the real-world connections and meaning behind the language that people use.
About the Program
Discover Literacy empowers educators with turnkey, research-based resources that make it easy to incorporate literacy upskilling into any schedule or curricular framework. Educators, students, and families can find exciting ways to explore literacy with a combination of professional microlearnings and hands-on instructional resources.
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation, Discovery Education, and the National Afterschool Association have designed Discover Literacy resources to align with the 5 Basic Competencies of Literacy, which provide a framework students can use to practice literacy skills in their daily lives.Learn More
Early academic skills related to literacy are among the most significant predictors of future academic achievement.