Free Easter egg sight word activity
DIY gel boards. Good for practicing writing, drawing, and calming
rhyming dominoes and speedracer game for kids
Open and Closed Syllable Games - This Reading Mama (maybe use with sight words)
more Orton-Gillingham fun
The weekly wrap up of a specialist dyslexia tutor - including battleship spelling game, continual spelling errors and a good idea for a phonics file folder. http://topnotchteaching.com/specific-learning-disability-sld/constant-errors/
Roll a long and short vowel word
$ Great powerpoint lesson for introducing phoneme segmentation of two and three phoneme words. It uses the gradual release method: I DO (Teacher models), WE DO (Teacher and students do together), YOU DO TOGETHER (Students do it with a partner) and YOU DO (Students do it independently). This is the first in a series.....coming soon....three, four and five phoneme powerpoints. Visit us at: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Helps4teachers
Quick and easy Syllable Sort activity
How to Make a Montessori Alphabet Box by Wildflower Ramblings. This takes literacy learning to a whole new level, encouraging budding readers to associate beginning sounds with letters. SUPER helpful!
Lollipops and Dots- Short O Rocks!
Make pirate hooks and tape on a list of /ar/ words to the front. ( aluminum foil in a red cup ) Kids LOVED it.
Rules for when to use K or C :) I always wondered!! (I'm loving learning about the Orton-Gillingham approach!)
Learning Specialist and Teacher Materials - Good Sensory Learning: Learning Center Ideas: Free, Fun Phonics Activities
Practice Printing Bags - A great fine motor activity and fun writing practice!...might add this as a choice for my spelling station!
Greek and Latin Roots practice
What is the Orton-Gillingham Approach? Multi-sensory approach for teaching reading and spelling to children with Dyslexia - For more information, see: http://blog.allaboutlearningpress.com/spelling-orton-gillingham/
I’ve created this clip-it cards pack to practice dividing words into syllables. *There are 4 choices on each card: vc/cv, vc/cvce, v/cv, and vc/v. *NOTE: This is specifically designed for students who are already familiar with these types of syllable divisions. It is to be used for reinforcement. $
I’ve created this clip-it cards pack to practice reading and identifying words with three different types of closed syllables: cvc, ccvc, and cvcc. $
Teaching Syllable Segmentation Foldable
Teacher trick: Stick a cup inside the foot of a sock and have students reach inside to pull out alphabet letters, coins or any other manipulative they're using. Makes ordinary learning activities so much more fun.
Montessori Print Shop Printables Free Downloads PDF
Minds in Bloom: 37 Ways to Help Students with Dyslexia Flourish in the Mainstream Classroom