Colleen Grose
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If you like pumpkin pie, you'll flip for these mini pie cookies. Filled with a creamy pumpkin cheesecake-like filling and topped with a little dollop of whipped cream, these would wow at Thanksgiving, friendsgiving or any fall open house or potluck!

If you like pumpkin pie, you'll flip for these mini pie cookies. Filled with a creamy pumpkin cheesecake-like filling and topped with a little dollop of whipped cream, these would wow at Thanksgiving, friendsgiving, any fall open house or potluck!

Phonemic awareness hierarchy

Different levels of phonemic awareness related to different concepts and a range of ages. Link provides good explanation of differences between phonics, phonemic awareness, and phonological awareness.

Roll & Retell:  Fun way to discuss a story.  Link goes to PDF printable on Google Drive.  Thanks Fun-in-First blog!

With prompting and support, identify characters, settings, and major events in a story. Using the dice to decide the open ended question will keep the students interested and thinking about the literature elements.

Diphthongs. This is a great graphic for quick reference where common diphthong pairs are brought together to help young readers remember they share the same sound when spoken.

This is a great graphic for quick reference where common diphthong pairs are brought together to help young readers remember they share the same sound when spoken.

Strategies for Reading Longer Words - classroom wall set - This Reading Mama FREEBIE

Strategies for Reading Longer Words - classroom wall set - This Reading Mama FREEBIE. I would add something about context clues.

Do you need a quick list of the best dyslexia friendly books for kids to read? Here is a list from Dr. Sally Shawitz-author of Overcoming Dyslexia

Do you need a quick list of the best dyslexia friendly books for kids to read? Here is a list from Dr. Sally Shawitz-author of Overcoming Dyslexia

multisensory activities: just hair gel, glitter, food coloring, in a ziplock!

Squishy Bags {for tactile printing} The pinner used large Ziploc bags and filled them with hair gel, food colouring, and glitter.

Multi-Sensory Activities for Teaching Reading @Becky @ This Reading Mama

Multi-Sensory Activities for Teaching Reading. This can be used with both Wilson's and Orton Gillingham instruction.along with sight word training.

This is just like one of the exercises in the Explode the Code series of workbooks. While unfortunately, the site the blogger got her idea from is gone, this is an easy enough idea to reproduce on your own. Great for reviewing spelling words.

This is just like one of the exercises in the Explode the Code series of workbooks.