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Small Group Learning & Guided Reading Reimagined

BookNook gives your horseshoe table an intervention upgrade. Guided reading practice is an instructional strategy used in your classroom, and every classroom, every day. With diverse learners coming back to school with unique needs—proficiency, developmental and processing challenges that widely differ—you need simple, easy-to-use time-saving tools to enhance reading practice impact while naturally increasing motivation for the young readers.

BookNook reinvents small group reading by making volunteers, parents, and student peers qualified reading guides. BookNook's simple, easy-to-use technology is designed specifically to save time, increase engagement, and enhance impact for all small group learning and guided reading classroom activities.

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Match Each Reader's Unique Needs
BookNook's approach is based on decades of research on how kids best learn to read and make it easy to adapt to each individual student’s needs. By pairing engaging texts with standards-based lesson plans, we make differentiation for a small group or one-on-one instruction literally as simple as the push of a button.

Simplify Small Group Time
With BookNook, up to 4 students are guided by a teacher, volunteer, or another student. Guides and students read and turn pages together; engaging in literacy activities and games that saves time and improves individual attention, instruction and guidance.

Engage Families as Partners
Because BookNook is designed for both educators and non-educators to use, parents and caregivers can participate in the learning process as volunteers at school.

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