Activities, games, and worksheets to support introduction of the ea vowel digraph using the Orton-Gillingham methodology. Activities include explicit phonogram introduction, phonemic awareness, single word reading (three differentiated levels) with skill development activities, morphology (including suffix -ment), sentence reading, a differentiated spelling list (30 words) and dictation, and silly sentence creation for written work development. This resource includes activities for one 60-90 minute intervention session plus review activities with differentiated activities for differing ability levels.
Note: ea has 3 sounds. The most common sound is long E as in eat, the second sound we should try is short e as in bread, and the least common sound is long A, as in steak.
Page 2 includes flash cards for the sound drill activity
Pages 3-17 include activities for the ea phonogram and "ment" suffix
Page 18-30 includes a "Eat Bread and Steak" Reading review game
Page 31 includes the differentiated spelling and dictation page
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