Tree House Press – Publisher of Core Curriculum Student Books for across the US and Canada

for a collection of educational books for US and Canadian students from reading, writing and math books to the OSSLT Workbook.

Tree House Press

Tree House Press Inc. is an educational publisher with the mission of providing comprehensive classroom resources to professional educators at reasonable prices.

Founded in 1988, and based in Markham, Ontario, Canada, Tree House Press is a leading K-12 educational publisher of reading, writing, mathematics, media study, literature study, OSSLT, EQAO, Northern and Western Protocol aligned, and Common Core State Standards aligned classroom titles. We boast an impressive line-up of talented and well-known, professional, curriculum-focused, and highly experienced educational authors. Tree House Press publications have helped millions of students world-wide succeed in education.

We believe so strongly in our titles that we offer a 100%, unconditional, money-back guarantee if you are unhappy with your purchase for any reason. We almost never have a return, but if you decide you don't like the publication, simply return the unused titles within 30 days for a full refund.

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The Reading Process

Reading is not defined as the mastering of small separate skills. Research holds that reading is dynamic...

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A Teacher's Self-assessment Questionnaire of the Writing Program

Have I taught the children the stages in the writing process?

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What is the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT)?

The OSSLT, assesses whether students have the literacy (reading and writing) skills needed to meet the literacy requirement for the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD).

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