WordSpring 3.1 is here
Lexia is pleased to announce the release of WordSpring 3.1. WordSpring 3.1 is compatible with the latest 64 bit versions of Macintosh and Windows operating systems. WordSpring 3.1 may be downloaded for free on this website.
- Scope and Sequence now online
Carol Murray's important reference for teachers, tutors, and school administrators is now available at no cost online Click here .
LEXIA has received the generous support over the years from the Educational Foundation of America, and the Bothin, Fred E. Gellert, Luke B. Hancock, James Irvine, and Charles and Helen Schwab Foundations; ACIUS, Hewlett Packard, Kurzweil Educational Systems, 3Com, and Xerox; Curt and Elena Widdoes, Marybelle and Stephen Leavitt, Catherine and Pierre Martineau, and many other individuals.
is now Free
Welcome to LEXIA
LEXIA is a nonprofit corporation that provides free lesson planning resources for teachers who use phonics-based methods for literacy instruction for students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities.
WordSpring and Scope and Sequence, Lexia's two outstanding lesson planning resources, are now available without charge. We hope that by making these resources free more teachers will use them and thereby be able to provide better literacy instruction to their students. We thank our many supporters for making this possible.
WordSpring is a free comprehensive software word list resource for teachers, tutors, reading specialists, and educational therapists. It is compatible with all methodologies and curricula. Click here to find out more
Scope & Sequence is an important reference textbook for teachers, tutors, and school administrators who employ a phonics-based approach for literacy instruction.
We are fortunate to have examples of how Carol Murray used WordSpring in her teaching.
Click here to see an example of how easy it is to use WordSpring to create word lists for spelling
Click here to see an example of how WordSpring can be used to create cvc and nonsense word lists for early decoding instruction, and
Click here to see an example of how you might use WordSpring for the more advanced word attack or decoding skills of syllable division and accenting
This Guided Tour describes the WordSpring software through a series of screen displays that show how a teacher might use it. It will help you determine whether WordSpring meets your teaching needs.