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Welcome to Stevenson Learning Skills

Stevenson Learning Skills is the company that publishes the Stevenson Language Skills Program, Stevenson's Essential Grammar, Stevenson's Cursive Writing and other materials for teaching basic skills to both regular and learning disabled students. Our methods are unusual and innovative. We use established techniques like mnemonics (memory aids) and multisensory instruction in imaginative new ways. The materials accommodate common problems such as dyslexia, attention deficits, phonological processing difficulties, memory weakness and sequencing confusion.

Stevenson Reading: An innovative approach...

Images such as the sandwich you see here are used as memory aids that create associations which students learn quickly and retain for the long term.

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The "oa" Friends in Action

Animated learning activity. Students can use this interactive instruction and reinforcement for the oa vowel pattern (Integral 6) and oa words.

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Latest News

The prices of our materials changed on May 1, 2015.  If you would like an order form or 2015 Catalogue  with new prices, go to "About SLS" above, contact us and request one.  You can also print out an Order Form from the "Ordering" menu.      

Check out our Spring-Summer Issue of Food For Thought.  There's an interesting article called, "Learning Problems, Teaching Problems."  See for yourself.    

On the bottom center of this home page you will find free interactive instruction and practice for students starting the Stevenson program. Check out "The oa Friends in Action."


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1135 Washington St.
Suite 2
Holliston, MA 01746
Phone: 800 343 1211
Fax: 774 233 0461
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Stevenson Learning Skills, Inc.
Our toll-free phone number is 1-800-343-1211, and we'll be happy to talk to you. The main office is open from 9 am to 5 pm (ET).
If you prefer, you may also contact us by email.
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