Our family has used and loved the All About Reading reading program for years. They just rolled out a new improved edition that I know you’re going to love!
Have you heard the news? There’s a buzz going around the homeschool community about the latest release of All About Reading. As you know, our family has successfully used All About Reading since 2014.
I have loved the open-and-go format of the teacher’s manuals, the simple, uncluttered activity pages, and the beautifully illustrated readers.
This solid Orton-Gillingham-based program really works for kids with dyslexia.
So what’s the fuss about?
The latest release of All About Reading is in full color!
Heirloom-quality readers with full-color interiors.
All About Reading readers have always been known for their beautiful illustrations and captivating storylines. The latest full color edition has the same engaging illustrations but they’re now in full color!
Updated full-color teacher’s manuals.
The All About Reading Teacher’s manuals are written so that even a parent that is brand new to teaching reading with the Orton-Gillingham method, can teach. The manuals are essentially open and go. The latest edition is now in color with expanded appendices, tips, and introductory materials.
Full-color student activity books.
Another highlight of the All About Reading program is the wide variety of engaging hands-on activities for kids to use to practice what they are learning. The new full color student activity books make them even more interesting.
FAQs About the Full Color Edition of All About Reading
I know many of you are already using AAR and have a lot of questions about how the latest release with affect with what you currently own.
Q: Will my current editions work with the new color edition?
A: YES! The new Color Edition materials can be correlated seamlessly with the current black-and-white editions. Easy-to-use Correlation Guides for all levels are available here.
Q: Has the cost increased?
A: The cost for all complete sets of All About Reading Color Edition went up $15. Prices for individual components have also increased.
Q: When can I order the All About Reading Color Edition?
A: The All About Reading Color Edition is now available for purchase.
Q: Are black-and-white versions still available?
A: Yes! While supplies last, black-and-white editions can be purchased here: https://happybookoutlet.com/.
Q: I just bought a level of the black and white version. Can I get the color edition instead?
A: Yes! Because of AALP’s 1-year money back guarantee, if you purchased All About Reading from All About Learning Press, you can return your black and white version for a full refund (even if it’s partially used!) and order the color edition.
New to All About Reading? Read my full review and other posts here:
All About Reading Review
This full review shows all the elements of the program, how it works, and why my family loves it.
Is All About Reading a Complete Orton-Gillingham Program?
There is a rumor running around reading circles that All About Reading is not a complete Orton-Gillingham program. As a certified OG reading tutor, I break down the program and show whether it is a complete OG program or not.
Building Fluency With All About Reading Readers
Where I share a fun reading fluency hack I stumbled upon with our All About Reading readers.
Now for the fun stuff!
Win 1 Complete set of All About Reading Color Edition + Interactive Kit
All About Reading is so excited about the latest edition that they are offering to giveaway one compete set. Enter to win below. Entries only good in the USA. An alternate prize of equal value may be awarded to winners residing outside the United States.
I’d love to work with these materials.
We are so excited to get started with the All About Reading program! My 7 year old son was diagnosed with dyslexia towards the end of 2nd grade & started O-G tutoring shortly afterwards. We are half way through 2nd grade in our local public school and am realizing there has to be a better fit for him! So, we’re diving into homeschooling! We are both excited & nervous at the same time, but are ready for this change & adventure!
Thank you so much!
I’m excited for you Laura! Take it slow and steady. Enjoy your days and try to get to reading daily. Progess is often slow but the peaceful environment is so much better for our kids!
It looks like a good program. My granddaughter would like it in color.
Yes, I think the color version will be much more engaging!
When does the giveaway end? I previously homeschooled my children. When my 3rd child entered kindergarten we enrolled them all in a classical charter school. That child, now in third grade, was recently diagnosed with dyslexia. Financially we cannot afford a tutor or for me to stay home to homeschool. Her school teaches phonics with Spalding so I do believe she has at least had a good foundation. I taught first grade for seven years prior to having my own kids and taught reading with the Success For All program. I feel as though I have a solid enough background to give her extra support with reading instruction at home but do not have the financial ability to pay for training in Barton or Wilson methods. Could AAR be used as a supplement/tutor-like curriculum?
Hi Pamela. Absolutely it can! The giveaway ends on January 26th.
This looks like a wonderful reading program! Love the new color version!