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We sell certain sets of books at a discount, with the shipping and handling fee included in the special price. Click here for an overview of Special Sets

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Our Newsletter: "Food for Thought"

Our Newsletter: "Food for Thought"

Food for Thought is the newsletter that Stevenson Learning Skills publishes twice a year. Below you will find the major articles from some of our recent issues. Click on any article to view it. There are a few small items from the newsletters that we do not include here on the web site. Click Links below for information or mail coupon, call, fax or e-mail info@stevensonlearning.com for the information.

Articles from "Food for Thought":

Workshops in Late Spring and Summer

We have a full-day training in OH in May and two full-day trainings in Texas in August.  You will see these listed on our website under Events and Workshops (click here).  We may also add a last minute activity or two, so check in on our website from time to time. 



Bad News, Good News

Prices Increase but Still Low

The bad news is that we are going to increase our prices on June 1, 2017.  The good news is that the increases are relatively small (about 5% on average, the first price hike in 2 years), and, more importantly, the Stevenson Program is still very inexpensive when compared to any of the other methods specifically designed to help struggling readers.  For a copy of our order form with the prices that are effective on June 1, 2017, click here.  (We will automatically fill any purchase order dated before June 1 with the prices now in effect.)

Fun with Layer Cake Words

A New Twist on an Old Favorite

We all know the game Twister.  A friend of ours in Dayton, OH recently created a version of the game for her Stevenson students using a couple of cheap shower curtains and a giant drawing of a layer cake.  You can see a picture of it on our website under the heading “Teaching Resources” (or click here).  You can also see this and other wonderful classroom activities on our Facebook share page (click here).

It's a Good Time to Start - Really

Starting Stevenson in the Spring

Even now, with testing season underway and the end of the year around the corner, there is still time to start Stevenson in your classrooms. You will be surprised.

At this point in the school year, you are keenly aware of your struggling learners and their issues. If you can find 30 minutes in your day to work with these students, simply open the manual, tell them you are learning something new, and they have been chosen to help you. Follow the manual, read the parts to the students as directed and watch their responses. Don't over-think it or worry about lesson planning, just give it a try! We are here to help answer any questions you might have – 800-343-1211 or info@stevensonlearning.com.

Within a few weeks you will feel a difference in how your students respond.  Even if assessments do not show progress in such a short time, that feeling you will notice in your students is the beginning of important growth.  For some students, that feeling of really grasping reading material will give them hope that they have lost.


New website in the works

Our website  is slowly but steadily being rebuilt so that we will have more capabilities in the future.  Although the site may not look very different, in 2017 you will find new materials and new features rolling out one by one.  If you are reading this newsletter, but not on our email list, you may wish to give us your email information so we can keep you up to date.  (click here)            

New Laws - ESSA Takes Over for NCLB


Do you know your ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act)?  Or do you not even want to know what the latest from Washington is?  Either way, some important educational practices are going to change.  ESSA replaces

Testing Season


Spring is testing season in public schools, and seldom do either teachers or students enjoy the process. However, since the process is out of our hands right now, let us focus on the possibilities ahead and not the

Spring and Reading Instruction


Spring and hope go well together, as many writers have observed.  So it seems appropriate to say a few words that might help lift the spirits of educators out there working with struggling readers:  Whatever difficulties you or your students are experiencing, there is hope.