Sue Zimmerman
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Multisensory Phonics that follows the Orton-Gillingham approach.

PART TWO is a GROWING BUNDLE that I have created for use with the Orton-Gillingham approach. I am a certified Orton-Gillingham instructor through an accredited IMSLEC training program and use the Orton-Gillingham method in my teaching.

I should note that this article will be primarily concerning YA fiction, as that is what I know most about. You may notice...

This post origionally appeared on Writer Owl This article will be primarily concerning YA fiction, as that is what I know most about.

When teaching children to read and spell it’s important to teach them the skills they need to help them become fluent readers and accurate spellers. The 3 essential skills needed in order to decode the English language include blending, segmenting and manipulation. Here you’ll find 6 helpful activities and ideas you can use to teach your students the skill of blending.

When teaching children to read and spell it’s important to teach them the skills they need to help them become fluent readers and accurate spellers. The 3 essential skills needed in order to decode the English language include blending, segmenting and man

This modern and stylish scarf will take you from winter to spring!  Wear it as a warm scarf or a light shoulder wrap.  Made with one skein of Caron Cakes or your favorite worsted weight yarn.  I hope you enjoy my newest free crochet pattern: the Strawberry Patch Convertible Scarf.

This modern and stylish scarf will take you from winter to spring! Wear it as a warm scarf or a light shoulder wrap. Made with one skein of Caron Cakes or your favorite worsted weight yarn. I hope you enjoy my newest free crochet pattern: the Strawberry