Let the World Know!

Everything You'll Need to Share With Other Educators

Share our Walkthrough Presentation

Are you sharing with a big group of teachers or your team? We've got just the thing for you!

Our RocketLit Walkthrough Presentation comes in PDF format and is perfect for sharing with fellow educators.

It covers:

  • An Overview of RocketLit

  • Leveled Readings and Differentiation

  • Highlights of Our Best Features

  • Both the Student and the Teacher Experiences

  • Our Favorite and Most Useful Reports

Share our WestEd Study with Coaches and Admin

At the end of 2016, when we were still known as BirdBrain Education, WestEd completed a Classroom Implementation Study on us.

The study includes an overview, study design and methodology, and findings that cover:

  • Is RocketLit feasible for use in classrooms?

  • Can teachers successfully use the our dashboard to help facilitate lessons?

  • Can teachers successfuly use our reports to inform their instruction?

  • Do teachers feel our reading diagnostic assessment accurately diagnoses students’ reading levels?

  • What student learning gains can be observed while using RocketLit?

Never heard of WestEd?

WestEd is a leading non-partisan, non-profit research, development, and service agency who focuses on improving education and other important outcomes for every learner.

They have been around for five decades and work closely with education communities throughout the United States and abroad.

If you want to know more about this awesome organization, you can visit their website at wested.org.

RocketLit serves adaptive reading from the 3rd-12th grade reading levels to students in Science and History, to help both struggling readers and challenge advanced students.


Student reading levels are diagnosed when they first login, and students read the same content at their independent reading level.

for Every Student

As students improve, they move up reading levels. Both struggling and gifted students read accessible content that challenges them.

Save Time
on Lesson Planning

Adapting content takes time and inaccessible textbooks are a barrier to students reading. We're here to make teachers' lives easier.


as a student

  • Reading Level Diagnostic
  • Leveled Assignments
  • Annotations and Highlighting
  • Free Response Questions
  • Articles Read Aloud

as a teacher

  • Reports to Inform Instruction
  • Easily Assign for NGSS
  • Exportable Gradebook
  • Printable Articles
  • Shareable Reports

Invite Other Educators

Have other teachers join you by
sending an email or posting a shareable link

Joanne Salustri
7th & 8th Grade

It’s a resource students have been motivated to read because the articles are interesting and well-written. It is rewarding to see that after reading the articles and taking the free response questions, they do understand the concepts.

St. Patrick's School
Huntington, NY
Corbin Rice
6th Grade Science

The platform’s ease of use and intuitive design drew me in, but the differentiation piece is really the seller. I can look up a million articles on everything on my own, but the website already does it all for me.

Northeast Middle School
Minneapolis, MN
Beth Donoghue
6th Grade Science
& Social Studies

Finding leveled reading resources with the same concepts had been a struggle, so I love how RocketLit articles are leveled for individual reading levels, but still have common examples and vocabulary we could discuss as a class.

Chippewa Middle School
Des Plaines, IL
Chad Ledune
Middle School Science

Even my most gifted students have voiced their opinions on how challenging RocketLit is. Which, as a teacher, is something that I appreciate about the product. Many of my students are reading at the 11-12th grade level.

Sullivan Middle School
St. Carlisle, IN