This bundle contains the two biggest necessities in my reading intervention classroom. I don't know what I would do without them.
Orton Gillingham is a mulitsensory approach to teaching reading. These resources emphasize the phonemes introduced in the Recipe for Reading sequence (up through about 2nd grade - but that doesn't mean that older students wouldn't benefit from review of blends, digraphs, vowel teams, r-controlled vowels, diphthongs and more)
The first resource is set a 3x5 index cards that will fit in a 3 ring binder when hole punched at the front. My need to have differentiated cards decks is what prompted me to make these for my own classroom. I can now just print off as many decks as I need to meet my students at their individual level. Putting the cards in a binder make them transportable and good on the go!
The second resource is a phoneme word wall. This resource came about from another need of mine. My students were not using the alphabetic word wall I had in my room. It was because they did not need help identifying and applying initial sounds. They needed help with the more complex sounds (blends, digraphs, vowel teams, r-controlled vowels, diphthongs and more). These sound posters can be displayed in your classroom on a focus wall, full bulletin board display (like my room), or in a binder. When you teach a sound, you and your students can add words to each poster. Perfect resource for consistent student reference.
This download is printer-friendly.
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