This is a great multisensory focus on the most common syllable type - the closed syllable. This packet was created based on principles of the Orton Gillingham Approach, which includes a multisensory focus to new concept presentation.
This multisensory packet includes:
Page 1 - Title
Page 2 - Introductory Page
Page 3 - Script for new concept
Page 4/5 - Introductory multisensory Lesson
Page 6 - Phonemic Awareness Activity
Page 7 / 8 - Basic word lists
Page 9 - Advanced words with consonant blends
Page 10- Advanced words with consonant digraphs
Page 11 - Controlled Reading - sentences
Page 12 /13 - Writing Fun Activity
Page 14 - Reading passage - basic- that focuses on new skill
Page 15 - Word Search OPTIONAL ACTIVITY. Please do not make this activity mandatory for students to complete.
Students either love word searches, or greatly dislike word searches. If students dislike word searches, it may be due to working memory, visualization and processing difficulties. Please be guided by your students' academic needs.
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