Hattie Knox

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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words with VCV syllable division patterns in which students must test to see if the first syllable is open with a long vowel sound of closed with a short vowel sound. Clucky's Connect Four is an
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4.0
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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words with hard c and g sounds (c="k" and g="g" most of the time) and soft c and g sounds (c="s" and g="j" if followed by and e, i or y). It is also a great way to review all 6 syllable types
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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words with common vowel combinations that have only one sound (ee, oi, oy, ai, ay, oa). Clucky's Connect Four is an adaptation of the classic Connect Four/Tic-Tac-Toe game (with a fun twist), so
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This bundle includes 20 board games that help practice a broad range of phonics skills while keeping kids interested and engaged. The games provide a variety of opportunities to practice all 6 syllable types (bossy r, magic e, vowel teams,
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4.0
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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words ending with the consonant-le syllable division patterns. Students will count back three letters from the final e, divide, and read the first syllable according to it's syllable type. Clucky's
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4.0
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This card game is a great way for students to practice reading or spelling words that follow the "K" Rule. At the end of a short (1 syllable) word, right after a short vowel, spell "k" with -ck. At the end of a longer (2+ syllables) word, use
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36 ratings
4.0
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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words with closed syllable CVC patterns. Clucky's Connect Four is an adaptation of the classic Connect Four/Tic-Tac-Toe game (with a fun twist), so kids catch on very quickly. For other versions of
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4.0
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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words in which the 1-1-1 Doubling or E-Dropping rule has been applied when a vowel suffix was added. If the final consonant is doubled, the first vowel is short. If a magic e was dropped leaving just
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22 ratings
4.0
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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words with VC/CV syllable division patterns with only Closed and Magic E syllables. Clucky's Connect Four is an adaptation of the classic Connect Four/Tic-Tac-Toe game (with a fun twist), so kids
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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words in which the 1-1-1 Doubling or E-Dropping rule has been applied when a vowel suffix was added. If the final consonant is doubled, the first vowel is short. If a magic e was dropped leaving
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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words with VCCCV syllable division patterns with Open, Closed, and Magic E syllables. Clucky's Connect Four is an adaptation of the classic Connect Four/Tic-Tac-Toe game (with a fun twist), so kids
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4.0
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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words with VV syllable division patterns in which students divide syllables between 2 vowels rather than reading them as a vowel team (ex: ne/on). Clucky's Connect Four is an adaptation of the
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18 ratings
4.0
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This comprehensive bundle of 41 engaging card and board games spanning the Orton-Gillingham scope and sequence is perfect for every teacher and tutor using any O-G based program. Included in this set are: 9 Don't Get Greedy Card Games 20 Clucky's
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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words with Bossy R-controlled vowel patterns (ar, er, ir, or and ur). Clucky's Connect Four is an adaptation of the classic Connect Four/Tic-Tac-Toe game (with a fun twist), so kids catch on very
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19 ratings
3.9
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This card game is an engaging way to practice decoding words in which the past tense -ed suffix makes different sounds depending on the final letter in the base word. A brief description of the sound patterns, examples, and detailed directions are
$2.00
14 ratings
4.0
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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words with initial consonant blend patterns. Clucky's Connect Four is an adaptation of the classic Connect Four/Tic-Tac-Toe game (with a fun twist), so kids catch on very quickly. For other versions
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4.0
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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words with VC/CV syllable division patterns with only Closed and Final Y (open syllable making the long e sound) syllables . Clucky's Connect Four is an adaptation of the classic Connect
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16 ratings
4.0
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This card game is a great way for students to practice reading or spelling words in which short vowel rules are considered. These rules follow the same pattern: at the end of a short (1 syllable) word, right after a short vowel, double f, l and s
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16 ratings
4.0
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This game is an exciting, engaging opportunity for practice and repetition when students are exploring the short vowel rule patterns for when to use -ck versus -k versus -c to spell the "k" sound at the end of a word. Detailed directions are
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24 ratings
4.0
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This game is an engaging way to practice decoding words that follow patterns for the 3 sounds of the past tense suffix -ed ("ed", "d", and "t") using only closed syllable base words. Clucky's Connect Four is an adaptation of the classic Connect
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4.0
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have dyslexia and attention deficits and was taught using the Orton-Gillingham Method starting when my learning challenges were identified in 2nd grade. After graduating Magna Cum Laude from Duke University, I worked for several years in the corporate sector in San Francisco before deciding to return to Atlanta to receive my Master’s in Special Education and follow my passion for teaching early literacy skills using Orton-Gillingham (O-G). While teaching at a specialized private school for students with dyslexia, in my private tutoring practice, and working as a Reading Specialist at a charter school, I have found my personal experiences (both with O-G and with many of the challenges that children who have learning differences face) to be particularly helpful in meeting the children where they are and progressing from there.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I currently teach small groups focused on Reading, Writing and Executive Skills. For reading and writing, the foundation of my approach uses the Orton-Gillingham Method, a phonics-based approach to teaching the structure of the English language, in which decoding (reading) and encoding (spelling) are taught simultaneously. O-G is taught in a direct, sequential and prescriptive fashion, with lessons that are tailored to the needs of each individual student and incorporate multi-sensory techniques, with auditory, visual, and kinesthetic elements reinforcing each other for optimal learning. My lessons typically include 1-on-1 reading, drills, and other student-specific practice with each child while other students work independently on video-dictations and individualized "contracts". This is followed by a mini-lesson introducing a new concept, scaffolded practice with the new concept, and a game that either practices the new concept or reviews previously learned skills. Allowing for choice within a structured format and keeping activities short, engaging and FUN helps hold everyone's attentions and interest.

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