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Ticket to Read

f_Learner Level:
Elementary,Middle School
f_Shop Solutions:
Literacy,Parent/Home,Educator Tools
f_Application/Use:
Supplemental,Strategic Intervention,Summer School/After School
f_Format:
Print,Digital/Online
f_Grants & Funding:
Striving Readers,Race to the Top,21st Century,EEIT,Head Start,IDEA,School Improvement,Stabilization,Title I,Title III
Grade Levels:
K-6

24/7 Reading Excitement

Ticket to Read lets your students practice important reading skills at school, home, or the library—anywhere they can access the Web.

  • Designed for K–6 students
  • Engages and motivates students in a Web-based environment
  • Builds phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension
  • Offers multiple reading levels with hundreds of reading passages and activities
  • Develops early reading skills with phonics games
  • Includes support for native Spanish-speaking students
  • Embedded reward system motivates students to build virtual toys and decorate their personal reading space

 

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Ticket to Read School Year Site License: Aug-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:189931
  • Grade Level:K-6

Description:

School-year license begins on August 1 and ends July 31

Ticket to Read Partial Year Site License: Jan-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:189940
  • Grade Level:K-6

Description:

License will activate at time of purchase (must be between January and July) and will expire July 31

Ticket to Read Summer School Site License: Aug-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:288024
  • Grade Level:K-6

Description:

License will activate on May 1 will expire July 31 of the same year purchased 

Ticket to Read Per Student—August-July

  • ISBN / UPC:978-1-4168-8839-0
  • Item #:308478
  • Grade Level:K-6

Description:

School-year license begins on August 1 and ends July 31

Ticket to Read Per Student Partial—January-July

  • ISBN / UPC:978-1-4168-8840-6
  • Item #:308486
  • Grade Level:K-6

Description:

License will activate at time of purchase (must be between January and July) and will expire July 31

Ticket to Read Per Student Summer School—May-July

  • ISBN / UPC:978-1-4168-8841-3
  • Item #:308494
  • Grade Level:K-6

Description:

License will activate on May 1st and will expire July 31st of the same year 

Ticket to Read Classroom Offer—August-July

  • ISBN / UPC:978-1-4168-8842-0
  • Item #:308507
  • Grade Level:K-6

Description:

School-year classroom license (up to 25 students) will activate on August 1 and will expire July 31st

Ticket to Read Classroom Offer Partial Year—January-July

  • ISBN / UPC:978-1-4168-8843-7
  • Item #:308515
  • Grade Level:K-6

Description:

Classroom license (up to 25 students) will activate at time of purchase (must be between January and July) and will expire July 31st

Ticket to Read Classroom Offer Partial Year—May-July

  • ISBN / UPC:978-1-4168-8844-4
  • Item #:308523
  • Grade Level:K-6

Description:

Classroom license (up to 25 students) will activate on May 1st and will expire July 31st of the same year

Ticket to Read and VmathLive 18-Month Student License—Feb-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:322296-1
  • Grade Level:K-6

Description:

18 month license will activate on February 1st and will expire July 31st 

Ticket to Read and VmathLive 18-Month Classroom Offer—Feb-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:322309-1
  • Grade Level:K-6

Description:

18-month classroom license (up to 25 students) will activate on February 1st and will expire July 31st

Ticket to Read and VmathLive 18-Month Site License—Feb-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:322317-1
  • Grade Level:K-6

Description:

18-month license will activate on February 1st and will expire July 31st

Ticket to Read 2-Year School Year Site License: Aug-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:291531
  • Grade Level:K-6

Description:

2-year, school-year license will activate on August 1 and will expire July 31

 






Order Information

How to Order Ticket to Read

1. Determine the length of your license—partial year (January–July), Summer School (May–July) or full school year (August–July)
2. Determine how many students—single-licenses or classroom licenses (up to 25 students)

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  1. My kids are learning and having fun at the same time.

    Posted by Beatriz Gorka on 10th Oct 2014


    Learning is a process and as a prek teacher It should be fun.


  2. Keeping Kids Engaged

    Posted by Chris on 6th Oct 2014


    Ticket to Read is a fantastic program that keeps kids engaged in reading and phonics. We have had great success using this program with kids at all levels!


  3. Excelent program!!

    Posted by Unknown on 2nd Oct 2014

    I'm a mother of two boys currently attending 2nd and 4th grade at private school. They don't assign homework, so I purchased the program. They like it so much that as soon as the get to the house the do ticket to read. In the car, they take turns with the IPad to complete a passage. I am very satisfy with the program and my boys love it.


  4. Awesome Resource

    Posted by Unknown on 30th Sep 2014

    I am a teacher and mother and love this product. When our district didn't renew our memberships I paid for it myself for my 5 year old. He's been doing it for 2 years now and is reading at a 3rd grade level approx. 170 cwpm at the age of 5!!!!! If only our county would understand the benefit of this program.


  5. Student requested Reading Program

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Sep 2014

    My son had this at school during kindergarten. It was his favorite of the various reading programs his school tried. For third grade he wanted to get this to supplement our homeschooling. He likes the game like play and the clubhouse. He does well navigating the reading and phonics. It is a good mix of non-fiction and fiction stories. He loves earning the tickets to buy things for his clubhouse. Good value for the price. He is above grade level in his reading and this seemed to adjust to level needed.


  6. Excellent Intervention Tool

    Posted by James Flores on 17th Sep 2014

    I am a special education teacher working with elementary students who have little to no reading ability. I use Ticket2Read as a supplemental tool to compliment the reading lessons I perform for my students. The program alone is great as it builds essential skills in phonetics and sight words. When complimented with sound reading instruction it is a tour de force. An example I have is a student who struggles with sounds of letters. In one year this student has utilized his skills from the Ticket 2 Read program to jump 1 whole grade level in reading. Many people will think that one grade level is nothing to cheer about but it means the world to this child and I attribute the fun, energetic, skill building Ticket 2 Read program for this child's desire to put out the effort.


  7. Every Child Should Have This

    Posted by Carol on 3rd Sep 2014

    Ticket to read helps in teaching children to read,starting with sounds of letters to being able to answer what they have read in the story. It also allows teacher or parent to see where the child needs help with reading skills. If we have any issues, customer support is always there to help. The club house keeps the kids coming back for more.


  8. Instructions were not good. Have yet to figure it out.

    Posted by Chris on 9th Jul 2014

    I purchased this for my dyslexic daughter based on reviews/research. Have yet to figure it out. Poor/lack of instructions to get it to work. Disappointed.


  9. Ticket to Read has really done it!!!

    Posted by Kandi Miller on 9th May 2014

    As a mother of two young boys and former home school teacher I am always on the lookout for fun "educational" games...My first grader and my 4 year old Preschooler both love this game...and they won't learn if they don't play. Too many educational games are so dry that they don't hold interest like Angry Birds or Skylanders. But what mom loves is that it is really teaching phonics and reading. It's 90% educational and 10% game. The "hook" for your child is earning prizes and being able to "buy" decorations for your clubhouse. The final factor for mom is if it's affordable...if i remember right it was less than $5 a month...I can justify that in our budget. Thank you, Ticket to Read!!!


  10. Excellent for Remediation

    Posted by Kim Gregg on 8th May 2014

    I use Ticket to Read in my remediation classes for kindergarten through 5th. I appreciate that each student can go into the program at their level and then see growth as they progress. I NEVER have a student complain about going on Ticket to Read, in fact they beg me to have more time. I have made my own poster sized progress charts and my students enjoy seeing all they have accomplished.


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