Research based, standards aligned foundational literacy reading program
Build foundational literacy skills targeted to the specific needs of each learner.
Learners quickly and autonomously explore new literacy concepts through fun, playful worlds with intuitive design.
Students work at their own pace and are given adaptive exercises on each component of foundational literacy.
Foster a love of reading. Vocabulary-rich reward stories encourage students to keep learning and coming back for more.
Ensure all students become proficient readers by leveraging the actionable data on whole class and individual student progress.
A foundational literacy reading program for all students
Track early literacy development
See an in-depth overview of your district, school(s), and even class details from usage to performance and growth over time to track literacy development for all your K–2 learners with Lalilo.
Inform your instruction
Monitor the foundational literacy development for your whole class in a snap. The Lalilo detailed answer report for each lesson is perfect for formative instruction. You can also assign custom lessons and view standards-based reporting for individual students.
Keep the learning going with Lalilo at home
You can maintain your learner’s engagement with Lalilo at home, so their discovery and foundational literacy development can happen anytime, anywhere.
With Lalilo, give students adaptive practice and explicit instruction in phonics, phonology, and phonemic awareness. Students interact with letters and sounds in multiple ways. Monitor progress down to the phoneme, letter, and sound level through the Teacher Dashboard.
Through scaffolded lessons, Lalilo gives students the chance to take the letter-sound relationships they’ve learned and practice them across word families to solidify recognition of spelling patterns. Teachers can also assign any lesson on Lalilo to match core curriculum or provide small-group instruction.
Lalilo offers practice for both listening and reading comprehension interspersed throughout the scope and sequence. Stories include learning scaffolds and comprehension questions built right into each lesson.
Personalize grammar instruction with Lalilo so each student has the time and practice they need to master these critical skills for reading success. With Lalilo, students build on what they’ve already learned and work on exercises that allow them to practice grammar and conventions independently.
Students work at their own pace in Lalilo and are only given activities within their zone of proximal development. Lalilo adjusts each student’s experience using artificial intelligence, scaffolded exercises, speech recognition, and self-reflection to minimize frustration and ensure they know the content before moving them on.
Actionable data to ensure all students develop strong foundational literacy skills
You remain in control of the learning process with the wealth of learning data on your teacher dashboard. You can track engagement and progress through skills and standards for an entire class and individual students. Customers can also assign any lesson on Lalilo to simultaneously target skills and content taught in the classroom.
Aligned to the Science of Reading
Students receive explicit, systematic practice on each component of foundational literacy. Lalilo’s lessons are based on a learning progression of standards-based foundational reading skills, leading students through exercises that build a strong foundation for reading.
A study of 15,839 students in grades K–2 shows that foundational literacy practice with Lalilo is associated with higher levels of growth in general literacy achievement. Further, students who used Lalilo had higher levels of growth in general literacy achievement than students from the same school districts who did not use the program.
The Research-Based Design Product Certification serves as a rigorous, reliable signal for district and school administrators, educators, and families looking for evidence of research-based education technology products that are based in research about learning.