I just found out that I have more budget money! I spent my money from the sped department and then found out that I get a stipend from my school building as well. I have all of the basic supplies I need. I know most programs are crazy expensive, but I figured I'd ask to see if there was anything good and inexpensive out there that I could get. More teaching resources are always nice. I have one math program that I use for everything and I don't really feel that I need anything else in that area, so I'm looking for something for reading. I already have: Orton Gillingham- love it for my younger kids LLI- don't like the program and don't use the lessons, but it came with hundreds of sets of guided reading books, which I use frequently Reading A-Z subscription- very useful for my more advanced students needing support with grade level concepts Language!- I use it for my older kids who are still really low readers, I like some parts of it My school doesn't hold us to implementing anything with "fidelity" so I'd be mostly looking for something that comes with some really good resources- it doesn't have to be a perfect program since I'm not tied to implementing all of it. I would really like something that works on phonics for intermediate students (I think the orton gillingham is kind of babyish), and Language! just isn't as effective.