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Top 5 Multisensory Writing Activities

Top 5 Multisensory Writing Activities

Writing doesn’t need to be boring. Try out these fun and engaging multisensory writing activities with your kids. When kids see it, say it, hear it and move with it – they learn best!

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How to Teach Rhyming

How to Teach Rhyming

Rhyming is an important step in the reading development of children. Here are some ideas and activities on how to teach rhyming to your child.

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Homeschooling with Auditory Processing

Homeschooling with Auditory Processing

If you are exploring the option of homeschooling your child with auditory processing, here are some tips and strategies as well as resources and curriculum that you can use while you are homeschooling with auditory processing.

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CVC Word Booklet Activity

CVC Word Booklet Activity

This cvc word booklet activity is so easy to make and will give your students a chance to practice decoding and reading words with short vowels.

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Digraph Beanbag Toss Game

Digraph Beanbag Toss Game

Here is a really great activity that will give your student a chance to use some movement while learning digraphs at the same time. Here is how you play the Digraph Beanbag Toss Game.

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Reading Fluency – How to Teach it

Reading Fluency – How to Teach it

Reading fluency is the ability to read accurately, quickly, and with expression. Oral reading fluency is a critical component required for successful reading comprehension, which is the ultimate goal of reading. Students who read fluently are more likely to comprehend...

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My Fun Silent E Rule Trick That Sticks

My Fun Silent E Rule Trick That Sticks

What is the Silent E Rule?If you add the suffix ing to a base word ending in silent e, you will drop the e and add ing to make a new word. This is called the Silent E Rule. For example: Drive + ing = Driving Ride + ing = Riding Love + ing = Loving Hide + ing =...

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Beginning and Ending Sounds Movement Game

Beginning and Ending Sounds Movement Game

Phonemic awareness is an important pre-reading skill and the key to learning how to read. Parents and teachers can make a big difference in helping children become readers by practicing phonemic awareness at home and in the classroom.  Here is a fun beginning and...

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How to find your Child’s Reading Level

How to find your Child’s Reading Level

One of the best ways to get your child reading for fun is to make sure that your child is reading at their perfect reading level. Books that are too easy might cause your child to become bored. Books that are too difficult might cause your child to become frustrated....

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Building Reading Fluency with Orton-Gillingham

Building Reading Fluency with Orton-Gillingham

Reading text with sufficient speed and accuracy to support comprehension is what the National Reading Panel refers to as reading fluency.  Does the Orton-Gillingham approach include instruction in reading fluency? YES! It does! Here is how building reading fluency...

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Top 5 Multisensory Writing Activities

Top 5 Multisensory Writing Activities

Learning to write doesn’t have to be boring or difficult. You can make your writing lessons fun and engaging by using multisensory activities. For children that struggle with writing or have been diagnosed with dysgraphia, a multisensory teaching method is the most...

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How to Teach Rhyming

How to Teach Rhyming

Rhyming is an important first step in the reading development for children. When a child learns to rhyme, they learn to focus on how language works. They also begin to notice all the individual sounds within each word. If your child knows that jig and pig rhyme, then...

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Homeschooling with Auditory Processing

Homeschooling with Auditory Processing

If you are exploring the option of homeschooling your child with auditory processing, this post will give you a lot of information to help you on your journey. Here are many valuable tips, strategies, resources and curriculum that will help your child while you are...

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CVC Word Booklet Activity

CVC Word Booklet Activity

This CVC word booklet activity is so easy to make and will give your students a nice opportunity to practice reading beginning words with short vowels. Here are the instructions how to make this CVC word booklet activity as well as give you a list of vowel families...

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How to Teach Visualizing and Improve Reading Comprehension

How to Teach Visualizing and Improve Reading Comprehension

There are so many skills that go into learning to read, but they all point to one ultimate goal: comprehension. The good news is, a student does not have to be a fluent reader in order to start learning good comprehension strategies. The ever better news is that there...

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DIY Tactile Tools for the Orton-Gillingham Lesson

DIY Tactile Tools for the Orton-Gillingham Lesson

In Orton-Gillingham or Structured Literacy lessons, students are required to do a lot of multisensory activities. This includes tracing while saying the sounds of the letters on different surfaces. Sound tracing is used to practice and reinforce sounds and spelling...

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Homeschooling with Dyslexia

Homeschooling with Dyslexia

Homeschooling and home learning are becoming very popular for many families right now. Whether homeschooling is just a temporary situation for you or more or a long-term commitment, there are certain things that you will need to know. If you are exploring the option...

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Digraph Beanbag Toss Game

Digraph Beanbag Toss Game

Learning Digraphs in phonics or Orton-Gillingham lessons (sh, th, wh, ch) can be really fun if you make a game out of it. Here is a really great activity that will give your student a chance to use some movement while learning digraphs at the same time. Here is how...

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