Teach Reading with OG: Supplemental Worksheets

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This carefully curated packet is designed to work seamlessly with our book Teach Reading with Orton-Gillingham (available where books are sold). The packet includes worksheets for each of the 72 lessons covered in the book. This DOES NOT follow the exact same sequence as our Complete Bundle. It is designed to work WITH our book.

This product features:

  • Worksheets for the 72 lessons covered in the book.
  • Activities such as sorting, matching, writing, and drawing.

For even more OG,

For Decodable Books, click here.

For other OG Resources, click here.

Please see my other lessons if you are interested in working with students who have dyslexia or may benefit from an Orton-Gillingham style of teaching.

To download our free Unit 1 sample lesson (M/N nasal sounds), click here.

To download our free Unit 5 sample lesson (ea, ee Vowel Teams), click here.

Worksheets covered in this packet include the following skills and spelling patterns:

Unit 1: Consonants, Consonant Digraphs, and Short Vowels

P,B Pig, Bat

T,D Tree, Dinosaur

K,G Kangaroo, Grapes

I Igloo

F,V Flower, Van

E Elephant

S,Z Sun, Zipper

A Alligator

Ch,J Cheese, Jam

M,N Monster, Nest

O Olive

W,H,Wh Wing, Hive, Whisper

L,R List, Railroad

U Umbrella

Spelling Rule: C, K -ck Cat, Kit, duck

X Fox, Xylophone(sound only),Exist (sound only)

Y Yak

Qu Question

Soft th, Hard th Thunder, There

Sh, Zh(sound only!) Shell, Measure

Spelling Rule: ll,ff,ss,zz The Floss Rule

Spelling Rule: Plurals (s/ves/es) (runs, halves, kisses)

Unit 2: Blends and Glued Sounds

Initial 2 letter blends

Initial 3 letter blends

Final Blends

Spelling Rule: -ct Ending

Spelling Rule: ch/-tch 

Glued sounds: am, an

Glued sound: all

Glued sounds: -ng

Glued sounds: -nk

Unit 3: Closed Syllabication 

Compound Words

VC/CV Words

VC/V Words

Closed Syllable Exceptions

Spelling Rule: 1*1*1 Rule (hop-hopping) 

Unit 4: Magic E

Silent E: aCe

Silent E: oCe, iCe

Silent E: uCe, eCe

VCe in multisyllabic words

Spelling Rule: -ive exception

Spelling Rule: E-Drop Rule

Unit 5: Vowel Teams 

Sounds of E ea, ee

Sounds of A ai, ay

Sounds of O oa, oe

Sounds of U ue, ui & Sounds of I ie

Unit 6: Open Syllabication 

Open Syllables in 1 syllable words, Y as a vowel (cry, she)

Open Syllabication in 2 syllable words (baby, relax)

V/V syllabication (client)


Spelling Rule: Adding plurals to words ending in Y (families)

Spelling Rule: Sounds of -ed

Unit 7: R-Influenced Vowels and Soft C/G 

er, ir, ur /er/

Sounds of ar: /ar/, long a, schwa, /or/

Sounds of or: w+or, or with schwa

Sounds of -ear: schwa, /a/

Soft C/G

Spelling Rule: -rr exception

Spelling Rule: -ge/-dge

Unit 8: Diphthongs and Advanced Vowel Patterns



ou/ow (Ow, ow, ouch!)

oo (pool, book)

ea (break, head)



Spelling Rule: ei/ie

Unit 9: Alternate Spellings/Advanced Patterns

Consonant + le Endings

sure, ture /zh/ measure, /cher/ culture

que /k/ antique, Hard ch /k/ school, Soft ch chef, ph phone

ti, si, ci (vacation, television, delicious)

Silent letter pair (rh, gh, mb, mn, kn, gn, wr)

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count, pronounce, blend, and segment syllables in spoken words.
Blend and segment onsets and rimes of single-syllable spoken words.
Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in three-phoneme (consonant-vowel-consonant, or CVC) words. (This does not include CVCs ending with /l/, /r/, or /x/.)
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).


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