Hi, I’m Karina, a mom, a teacher, and an Orton-Gillingham Reading Specialist. Here at My PRIDE, my goal is to provide parents, tutors, and teachers with tips, resources, and positive encouragement.
Phonological Awareness is a critical component for future blending, decoding and reading skills. Here are some specific strategies that you can use with your child for teaching phonological awareness.
If your child is learning to read with the PRIDE Reading Program or a structured literacy program, here are some book suggestions by reading level to encourage more reading practice.
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.
Find your child’s reading level with this quick and easy strategy
Michelle – a mom of 2 dyslexic children shares her journey in hopes of helping and inspiring other parents of children with dyslexia.
Here is an awesome Back to School Freebie! Purchase any PRIDE Reading Program Level from now until August 30th and receive a FREE Activity Kit!
Here are a few tracing and tactile tools, that are inexpensive and easy for you to make and take to your Orton-Gillingham lessons.
Here is everything you need to know about Orton-Gillingham evidence-based reading instruction and why Orton-Gillingham should be added to a child’s IEP goals.
Your kiddos will really love this fun beginning and ending sounds movement game. It is FREE, No Prep and helps build reading and phonemic awareness skills.
Here is my advice for all of those parents out there that want Orton-Gillingham tutoring for their children, but just can’t afford it.
Orton-Gillingham Tutoring is now available at the Peak Potential Therapy in Summit County, Ohio!
Here is a really fun, low prep and simple syllable division activity using VC/CVCe words that you can use with your child or student.
If you have a child with auditory processing disorder (APD), here are some tips and strategies to help your child both at school and at home.
Summer is a great time to catch up on some reading skills. Here are 3 easy and fun ways to get kids reading over the long summer months.
Are you looking for a fun way to sneak in some summer reading with your kids? Here is the #1 favorite summer reading activity that all kids love.