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This blog is a place teachers can go for useful information and ideas about Orton Gillingham, Phonics First® and teaching struggling students. Feel welcome to ask questions and post comments, sharing your successes and difficulties.
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WritingSkills- What to Expect at Different Ages

What’s typical when it comes to writing skills? Here’s a look at what you can expect by age. I would only add that we shouldn't wait until age 5 to teach kids to hold a pencil correctly!

Develop Reading Fluency with Repeated Reading!

Develop Reading Fluency with Repeated Reading!

Great tips for tracking important student data #ThinkReadyRead

Great tips for tracking important student data

Distinguish between voiced & unvoiced consonants phonics game

A Free Printable multisensory activity to help your students practice voiced-unvoiced consonant pairs for better reading and spelling skills!

As teachers, we can get carried away by the desire to help our struggling readers, but we need to hold back from doing too much

As teachers, we can get carried away by the desire to help our struggling readers, but we need to hold back from doing too much

Using Questioning for Reading Comprehension

I like this resource because it gave some simple and clear suggestions on how readers ask questions. These tips would help to guide both advanced and struggling readers in learning to ask questions about reading in order to increase comprehension.

How to use spelling assessments to determine skills needing addressed

How to use spelling assessments to determine skills needing addressed

How to help students truly enjoy reading

"Reading shouldn’t always be a task placed on students’ desks; it should be a chance for them to explore and enjoy different worlds or the world around them.

8 Ways to Build Independent Learners

These teacher friendly lessons explain step by step how to teach the new Common Core Writing Standards for grade. Included are printable prompts, rubrics and graphic organizers that will allow you to reinforce concepts in a Progressive Writing Journal for

RLAC is accredited through IDA

ASDEC - Home - Excellent resource for learning about and training of individuals with reading difficulties

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