This workbook acts as a guide for teaching letters and their corresponding sounds using the Orton-Gilligham method for multi-sensory phonics instruction.
Each letter (order listed below) has a page for practicing letter formation while learning the letter's name and sound, then has a page to practice using the letter in dictated words and eventually in sentences. A teacher's guide is provided with ideas for words and sentences.
Visual aides are provided for the first writing of dictated words and sentences:
-digraphs have a squiggly line under the sound line
-'qu' has a heart around its sound line
-a mountain shows the need for a capital letter
-doubled word lines indicate a sight word (red word) from the word wall
-a box shows the need for punctuation
After the first dictation using the sound lines, students then rewrite the words and sentences without the visual cues.
The order of the letters in this workbook are as follows, based on the text Recipe For Reading by Frances Bloom and Nina Traub:
For a more detailed "how-to" for this workbook, head over to my blog: https://katelynrobey.com/multi-sensory-phonics/
Don't forget to follow my store -- the second part of this workbook with blends and long vowels will be coming soon!