Download Assessments and Resources
↓ English Pre-k Sample Lessons
↓ English Kindergarten Sample Lessons
↓ English Primary Sample Lessons
↓ Spanish Pre-k Sample Lessons
↓ Spanish Kindergarten Sample Lessons
↓ Spanish Primary Sample Lessons
These student assessments can be used to monitor student progress with phonological and phonemic awareness skills, and the results can be used to plan for instruction. The Heggerty Phonemic Awareness assessments are not required to teach the curriculum.
1st Grade Assessments:
↓ 1st Grade Baseline Phonemic Awareness Assessment
↓ Spanish 1st Grade Baseline Assessment
↓ Spanish 1st Grade Mid Year Phonological Syllable Assessment
↓ Spanish 1st Grade Mid Year Phoneme Assessment
↓ Spanish 1st Grade End of Year Assessment
Screener Assessments for 2nd Grade and Above:
The Phonemic Awareness Screener assessment was created to help teachers determine if phonemic awareness should be included as part of a reading intervention plan for a student in 2nd grade and above. Students who struggle to decode words in print or who struggle to encode words when writing may benefit from explicit phonemic awareness instruction. The skills included in this assessment are aligned to the Primary level of the Phonemic Awareness curriculum.
The strand assessments monitor student progress with phoneme manipulation for students in 2nd grade and above. They accompany the Screener assessment and the results indicate where teachers can begin instruction in the Primary curriculum.
The Heggerty Phonemic Awareness curricula align to the Phonological Awareness standards for Kindergarten and 1st grade, under the Foundational Skills standards for both grade levels. Many states have their own state standards, and many states use the Common Core State Standards for Phonological Awareness when planning classroom instruction. Educators can find an alignment document for Kindergarten and 1st-grade CCSS and the Heggerty Phonemic Awareness curriculum, as well as an alignment document for Florida (LAFS) and Texas standards (TEKS).
The Kindergarten and Primary Spanish curricula align with the Common Core State Standards for Phonological Awareness, and these alignment documents are included below.
Each state has their own Pre-Kindergarten standards or Transitional Kindergarten standards, and our Literacy Specialists can provide educators with an alignment document by request via email firstname.lastname@example.org. We have provided a crosswalk of the Heggerty Pre-K lessons and The Creative Curriculum© . Documents that show the alignment of our Pre- Kindergarten curriculum and the Florida and California Pre-Kindergarten standards can be downloaded using the links below.
↓ California Standards – English Pre-Kindergarten
↓ Florida Standards (LAFS) – English Pre-Kindergarten
↓ Alignment for Creative Curriculum