Get the literacy results you want and your students deserve.

Lead the way and make a difference with a speech-to-print structured literacy solution to achieve literacy success for all.

“The curriculum is amazing.  I’m trained in Orton Gillingham and I’ve dabbled in Words Their Way. Your SPELL-Links program is better than the two of these combined with a shot of steroids. It’s fabulous.”

Jen Preschern, MS, CCC-SLP

Improve reading & writing by beginning with spoken language.

SPELL-Links™ to Reading & Writing uses a speech-to-print approach that leverages the brain’s innate, biological wiring and organization for oral language.

Achieve effective reading & writing through word study.

Word study is a structured way of learning and applying knowledge of sounds, letters, and word meanings to read and spell words.  When word study is based on the science of reading and writing, all students, including those with learning disabilities such as dyslexia and dysgraphia, gain skills and confidence.

Get the results everyone wants to see.

SPELL-Links uniquely combines speech-to-print, multi-linguistic, and meta-linguistic word study methods. With SPELL-Links products and services you have everything you need to deliver structured literacy instruction that produces strong writers and fluent readers with deep comprehension and rich vocabularies.

SPELL-Links for…


Improve outcomes with an integrated structured literacy solution, from assessment to intervention; all tiers, all grades.



Collaborate and accomplish more in less time while meeting the needs of diverse students with one easily tailored program.



Understand why your child is struggling with reading and writing and how to get the results your child can feel good about.



Maximize student outcomes with SPELL-Links’ proven word study methods for speech-to-print structured literacy instruction.



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Jefferson County, CO Public Schools Approved

SPELL-Links is approved by Jefferson County, CO Public Schools as literacy intervention curriculum. This award recognizes SPELL-Links as an evidenced-based, literacy intervention that supports Tier 2 and Tier 3 layers of the district’s multi-tiered system of support (MTSS).

We’re very proud that SPELL-Links is recognized and approved by Jefferson County Public Schools for literacy intervention curriculum.

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Colorado READ Act Approved

SPELL-Links is approved by Colorado DOE as Supplemental Instructional Program. SPELL-Links is also approved by the Colorado DOE as an Intervention Program.

Colorado has led the way in advancing evidence-based reading instruction in its schools. We’re very proud to be on the Colorado READ Act’s Advisory List for Instructional Programming!

SPELL-Links was carefully reviewed through a multi-step rigorous vetting process and determined to meet the criteria of evidence-based instructional programming as defined by the Colorado READ Act.

The Colorado Reading to Ensure Academic Development Act (Colorado READ Act) was passed by the Colorado legislature in 2012, giving the state the guiding philosophy, structure and resources to get children reading at grade level by the time they enter the fourth grade.

The READ Act focuses on early literacy development for all students and especially for students at risk to not read at grade level by the end of the third grade. Students are tested for reading skills, and those who are not reading at grade level are given individual READ plans.

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Metro Nashville Public Schools Approved

SPELL-Links is approved by Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) as Dyslexia-Specific Literacy Intervention. This award recognizes SPELL-Links as an evidenced-based, dyslexia-specific intervention that is effective in meeting student, school, and district needs.

We’re very proud that SPELL-Links is recognized and approved by Metro Nashville Public Schools as Dyslexia-Specific Literacy Intervention.

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“SPELL-Links assessment will direct teachers toward… aspects of language and encourage the use of more enlightened instructional practices that truly educate students in word study. I am pleased to be among the first to appreciate the excellent work that has gone into this product and I applaud the authors’ achievement.”  

– Dr. Louisa Moats

Your Path to Better Literacy Outcomes

Be Informed

Be open and willing to accept change. If you’re not getting strong, lasting results everyone feels good about, it may be time to change practices, materials, and ways of doing things. We believe there’s a better way to help students reach their literacy potential. It all starts with recognizing what hasn’t worked and accepting a new approach.

Start Your SPELL-Links Solution

Purchase the SPELL-Links product bundle recommended for your setting and role to get started with a tailored structured literacy solution. Our assessments and tools will help you identify why a student struggles to read and spell words, know precisely which lessons and activities in the SPELL-Links curriculum the student needs and guide students’ progression through the curriculum.

Grow Your Professional Skills ​

Take advantage of our professional development offerings — many of them FREE — to advance your knowledge and build confidence in your skills. You’ll collaborate with and be supported by peers, be empowered with current research, build relationships across multiple disciplines in education, and ensure your SPELL-Links solution is implemented with fidelity.

Make a Difference

Leverage our experts, resources, materials, and partnerships to promote understanding and collaboration, disseminate knowledge and tools that empower all stakeholders, and build a cohesive cradle-to-college literacy solution within your organization and community.

Be Informed. Be Empowered. Make a Difference.

Connect with educators and researchers across multiple disciplines via SPELLTalk, the FREE online professional discussion group dedicated to improving literacy through discussion of research and evidence-based best practices.