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Spelling Bridge! Orton Gillingham based Multisensory activities for -dge

How do you spell words that end in a /j/ sound? This is a tough one for many students, these activities and rule poster will help students remember and apply this rule when reading and spelling. Awesome complement to Orton-Gillingham lessons, Wilson, Barton and LiPS.

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How to Make and Use Charms

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A Travel Guide to Finnish Lapland: When, Where & How to Go

Lapland is a unique destination which casts a powerful spell. There's a certain magic in the air, and this is as close to a winter wonderland as reality will ever get! Click through for tips on when, where and how to visit.

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Gina Marie wrote: Instructions on how to find your personal symbol: mine is the Dragonfly

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Build a Sight Word (plus recording sheet)

A great way to slowly teach your students how to spell. Start with small work and slowly go for bigger words. good for indoor recess or stations throughout the classroom. Children are repeatedly able to see the words and build them to reinforce spelling.

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How to differentiate your Spelling Lists

Free spelling activities to help you differentiate your classroom spelling lists for your kids! There are also fun spelling games activities!

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How to Make a Witch Spell Book Tutorial

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Spelling with LEGO Letters and How to Make Your Own!

Spelling with LEGO Letters and How to Make Your Own! ~ plus ideas for how to use them in spelling instruction | This Reading Mama

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