Build Critical Elementary School Reading Skills

Our Fast ForWord LANGUAGE Series products build foundational elementary school reading and language skills to help students learn successfully in the general classroom. Support all children in meeting challenging state academic standards and improve state test scores with the Fast ForWord LANGUAGE Series. Provide extra academic support and learning opportunities in reading and language for struggling students, including at-risk students, ELL students, and special education students.


Fast ForWord Language Series
Fast ForWord Language v2
Develops listening accuracy, phonological awareness, and language structures and moves elementary students who are reading below grade level toward grade level reading skills.
Fast ForWord language series exercises
Fast ForWord Language to Reading v2
Emphasizes the link between spoken and written language to guide young students to become proficient grade level readers.


Fast ForWord Products are: Efficient. Effective. Enduring.


Wiring the Brain for Academic Gain

Students can average a one to two grade level reading gain in 8 to 12 weeks. When the brain’s processing skills become more efficient, substantial and quick gains in reading comprehension skills are often the outcome.


Fast ForWord software is recognized as a proven scientifically based reading intervention product by leaders in the advancement of learning at top educational organizations. Read Fast ForWord reviews from respected independent educational organizations.

Scientifically based research in education has shown that with recommended protocol use, Fast ForWord products dramatically improve brain processing efficiency and reading skills. With data gathered independently by schools from almost 30,000 students, we have one of the largest databases of user results in education today.


Our reading improvement products use patented technologies that leverage the science of brain plasticity. By exercising processing skills through intensive, adaptive activity, actual physical changes occur in the brain. And those physical changes result in enduring gains in language and reading skills, as documented in longitudinal studies.