Decodable Text Sources
Decodable text is a type of text used in beginning reading instruction. Decodable texts are carefully sequenced to progressively incorporate words that are consistent with the letter–sound relationships that have been taught to the new reader. This list of links, compiled by The Reading League, includes decodable text sources for students in grades K-2, 3-8, teens, and all ages.
Best for young readers (K-2)
Best for older readers (grades 3-8)
For all ages
Teens and adults
This list is republished from The Reading League. The Reading League's mission is to build educator knowledge of how to teach reading using evidence-based, highly effective methods of reading instruction and assessment. The League has over 3000 members: teachers, professors and researchers, administrators, parents, people with dyslexia and other reading difficulties, school psychologists, speech and language pathologists, and others.