The multisensory lessons focuses on the consonant blend "cr-." This blend can be challenging for students, especially when decoding into separate sounds. The packet skills include: Page 1 Title and informational information Page 2 - Script for Teacher
This multisensory lesson based on the principles of Orton Gillingham provides a variety of opportunities for students to develop the meaning of the root "trac, tract, tra-." This multisensory packet includes:Page 1/2 - Title and informational pagePage 3 - Introductory multisensory lessonPage 4 - Word ListPage 5 - Vocabulary Graphic Organizer ExamplePage 6/10 - Vocabulary Graphic OrganizerPages 11 - Controlled reading sentences -fluency practicePage 12 - Writing ActivityPage 13 - Optional…
Great activities included for independent, small and large groups. These activities are great for students that finish classwork and would benefit from skills practice! This bundle, styled in a workbook PDF format, provides an organized and structured approach to develop vowel team concepts and compound words and writing opportunities.
This is a great multisensory tool for all students working to develop writing skills, especially syntax. This graphic organizer is created for student to use whenever writing activities are assigned in class and for homework. Parents can be given this tool to use with their child to complete homework.
This multisensory resource, focuses on the short vowel /a/, is in PDF format and based on the principles of Orton Gillingham, designed to support decoding, encoding, comprehension and reading fluency. This resource is just one of the many that focus on short vowels.
This is a 100 slide PDF resource that focuses on prefix and suffix meanings. Student activities are designed to support internalization of concepts presented, using a multisensory, direct, explicit, repetitive and cumulative approach. This is a great tool for content area teachers to include as a daily "Do Now" activity for a marking period.
Know the Code: Short Vowel Sounds Bundle (a, e, i, o, u)