Information for Teachers
Starfall Curriculum Products
Motivational and engaging for children and teachers!
Our Starfall Pre-K and Kindergarten ELA and Mathematics curricula were written by master teachers and field-tested in classrooms nationwide. These products guide new and veteran teachers to capitalize on the enthusiasm created by our online children’s activities. Starfall’s standards meet and exceed state and Common Core standards, ensuring your students are prepared for 1st grade and beyond. Look here for research documentation and to learn more about our programs.
English Language Arts (ELA)Research-based, effective, and Common Core aligned, our Starfall Kindergarten English Language Arts curriculum instills confidence and inspiration in teachers and children. Integrates science and social studies.
Mathematics CurriculumExplore early algebraic concepts using numbers, shapes, and measurement tools while connecting mathematics to everyday scenarios and practical problem solving; research-based and standards-aligned.
Supplement any reading curriculum with StarfallGet the most out of our free resources! Add a spark to your English and Language Arts (ELA) program by supplementing with free content from www.Starfall.com. Every word within the delightfully animated stories will read aloud when clicked, enabling your students' speaking, reading, and writing vocabulary to grow alongside their curiosity.
Our Parent-Teacher Center provides free customizable ELA and math worksheets and other resources to support your students’ learning. You will also find companion high-quality, low-cost educational products in our store to help reinforce our exciting children’s content and curricula materials.
Begin with the ABCs
Encourage your student to play and explore by clicking on any letter in any order. Your student will come to recognize the relationship between speech sounds and letter forms. This is the "Alphabetic Principle," the foundation of phonics.
You're Ready to Learn to Read
Explore It's Fun to Read
With a basic understanding of the Alphabetic Principle, your student is ready to expand his or her reading vocabulary and comprehension while exploring a variety of genres and topics: classical music, fine art, poetry, and more!
No doubt about it, I'm Reading
The plays, folk tales, informational texts, myths, and fables will transition your student from learning to read to reading to learn. These vocabulary-controlled stories ensure meaningful practice reading high-frequency words (also called sight-words).