ARIS Scope & Sequence

Create a personalized learning journey unique to each student

Aris scope and sequence charts


Easy to Guide Students' Learning Path

Using the Lesson List with Standards Correlations and the Structured Sequence Guide together, educators and parent can make informed choices about student how the student should progress in the ARIS program.

ARIS includes poster-sized copies of these tables to hang on classroom walls for easy reference and shared program understanding among educators, parents, and other home and classroom staff.


Teacher with ARIS chart on the wall
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Don't Miss a Thing: Cover 7 Critical Content Categories

Each category is then subdivided into more specific subjects. For example, under the Language Category, lessons are divided into Receptive Language, Expressive Language, Parts of Speech and Intraverbals.

Students will generally be working through lessons in 6-7 different categories at a time. Some students may excel a particular category, and find more challenges in another. Following the Scope & Sequence, and Structured Sequence Guide, educators can adjust the pace in each category to fit the students particular strengths, challenges and interests.



Match Your Existing Class Structure & Assessments

Every ARIS lesson is correlated to:

  • Common Core State Standards
  • Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework
  • Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS)
  • Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP)

Following these comprehensive, inclusive, and research-based standards ensures that the lessons in Language Builder: ARIS cover all steps on the path to academic readiness, and makes it easier for you to integrate ARIS into your existing class structure and assessment requirements.


See Sample Correlations from Language Category

Scope & Sequence for ARIS