Get Free Access to Smarty Ants Reading Program

Children do not need to stop learning just because school is not in session! Achieve3000 is happy to provide FREE access to Smarty Ants, our foundational literacy solution that provides young learners with the strategies they need to take on the challenges of early literacy growth. Children who complete at least three 20-minute Smarty Ants sessions a week can quickly become successful and independent readers.

Use the form below to register your child for FREE access to Smarty Ants. If you wish to create accounts for multiple children in your home, fill in the form, click Add Another Student and add the information for the second child. You can create up to four child accounts. When finished adding the information for all children in your home, click Create All Accounts.

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Making Reading Fun

Smarty Ants is designed to build reading skills and accelerate learning in an engaging, interactive online learning environment. Students learn through fun, animated, game-like activities. They even have their own personal ant “coach” to guide and instruct them while providing kind and motivating feedback along the way. Show them this video to help them get started!


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From Emergent to Independent Reader

With Smarty Ants, students learn more than surface-level phonemic awareness and phonics. They dive deep and master foundational reading skills through Smarty Ants' complete scope and sequence. From letter identification and the alphabetic principle to structural analysis and comprehension skills, Smarty Ants transforms emergent readers into independent readers.


The Perfect Mix for Early Learners

Smarty Ants combines foundational skills instruction, independent practice, and embedded assessment in a single program with robust teacher supports. Students master complex phonics skills as they learn to decode and encode phonemes and words and eventually read stories. Through skill-building games and activities, students learn approximately 1,500 vocabulary words plus essential sight words.


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