The COMPLETE Decodable Bundle (81 books and 140 pages of passages)

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    This huge product includes ALL of our decodable flip books, pocket readers, and passages. All books follow our sequence, as listed below. This product is the perfect companion to our published book, Teach Reading with Orton-Gillingham, or our made-for-TPT product, The Complete Bundle.

    To see our lessons and bundles for units 1-10, please visit our store.

    To download a free OG lesson, click here.

    This HUGE Decodable Bundle Includes:

    40 Pocket Readers: Concepts include: consonants, short vowels, digraphs, consonant blends, glued sounds, closed syllables, silent e, regular vowel teams

    41 Decodable Flip books: Concepts include: All of the above, PLUS open syllables, r-influenced vowels, diphthongs and advanced vowel patterns and consonant -le

    140 Pages of Decodable Passages, stories, and poems: Concepts include: All of the above

    See our store for other products including individual lessons and lesson packages.

    Our sequence is as follows:

    Unit 1: Consonants, Consonant Digraphs, and Short Vowels purchase here.

    Lesson 1: P,B Pig, Bat

    Lesson 2: T,D Tree, Dinosaur

    Lesson 3: K,G Kangaroo, Grapes

    Lesson 4: I Igloo

    Lesson 5: F,V Flower, Van

    Lesson 6: E Elephant

    Lesson 7: S,Z Sun, Zipper

    Lesson 8:A Alligator

    Lesson 9: Ch,J Cheese, Jam

    Lesson 10: M,N Monster, Nest

    Lesson 11: O Olive

    Lesson 12: W,H,Wh Wing, Hive, Whisper

    Lesson 13: L,R List, Railroad

    Lesson 14: U Umbrella

    Lesson 15: C, -ck Cat, duck

    Lesson 16: X Fox, Xylophone(sound only),Exist (sound only)

    Lesson 17: Y Yak

    Lesson 18: Qu Question

    Lesson 19: Soft th, Hard th Thunder, There

    Lesson 20: Sh, Zh(sound only!) Shell, Measure

    Lesson 21: RULE: ll,ff,ss,zz The Floss Rule

    Unit 2: Blends and Glued Sounds purchase here.

    Lesson 1: Initial 2 letter blends

    Lesson 2: Initial 3 letter blends

    Lesson 3: Final Blends

    Lesson 4: Glued sounds: am, an

    Lesson 5: Glued sound: all

    Lesson 6: Glued sounds: -ng

    Lesson 7: Glued sounds: -nk

    Unit 3: Closed Syllabication purchase here.

    Lesson 1: Compound Words

    Lesson 2:VC/CV Words

    Lesson 3: VC/V Words

    Lesson 4: Closed Syllable Exceptions

    Lesson 5: Rule: -ct Ending

    Unit 4: Magic E purchase here.

    Lesson 1: Silent E: aCe

    Lesson 2: Silent E: oCe, iCe

    Lesson 3: Silent E: uCe, eCe

    Lesson 4: Silent E Review

    Lesson 5: VCe in multisyllabic words

    Lesson 6: RULE: -ive exception

    Unit 5: Vowel Teams purchase here.

    Lesson 1: Sounds of E ea, ee

    Lesson 2: Sounds of A ai, ay

    Lesson 3: Sounds of O oa, oe

    Lesson 4: Sounds of U ue, ui & Sounds of I ie

    Lesson 5: Vowel Team Review

    Unit 6: Open Syllabication purchase here.

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

    Lesson 2: Open Syllabication in 2 syllable words (baby, relax)

    Lesson 3: V/V syllabication (client)

    Lesson 4: RULE: Adding plurals to words ending in Y (families)

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

    Lesson 1: er, ir, ur /er/

    Lesson 2: Sounds of ar: /ar/, long a, schwa, /or/

    Lesson 3: Sounds of or: w+or, or with schwa

    Lesson 4: Sounds of -ear: schwa, /a/

    Lesson 5: RULE -rr exception

    Lesson 6: Soft C/G and -dge

    Unit 8: Diphthongs and Advanced Vowel Patterns purchase here.

    Lesson 1: au/aw

    Lesson 2: oy/oi

    Lesson 3: ou/ow (Ow, ow, ouch!)

    Lesson 4: oo (pool, book)

    Lesson 5: ea (break, head)

    Lesson 6: eu/ew

    Lesson 7: igh/ey

    Unit 9: Types of Syllables Review purchase here.

    Lesson 1: -Consonant + le Endings

    Lesson 2: Closed Syllable Review

    Lesson 3: Open Syllable Review

    Lesson 4: Silent E Syllable Review

    Lesson 5: Vowel Team Syllable Review

    Lesson 6: R Influenced Syllable Review

    Unit 10: Alternate Spellings/Advanced purchase here.

    Lesson 1: sure, ture /zh/ measure, /cher/ culture

    Lesson 2: -que /k/ antique, Hard ch /k/ school, Soft ch chef, ph phone

    Lesson 3: ti, si, ci (vacation, television, delicious)

    Lesson 4: Silent letter pair (rh, gh, mb, mn, kn, gn, wr)

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    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 basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.
    Associate the long and short sounds with common spellings (graphemes) for the five major vowels.
    Read common high-frequency words by sight (e.g., the, of, to, you, she, my, is, are, do, does).


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