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.
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.
Spice up your Orton–Gillingham lessons with this fun letter cookie activity!
Here are some really important first grade reading benchmarks to help you determine if your child is ready for second grade reading.
Teaching spelling requires a logic, structure and fun activities. Here are some strategies that you can use to teach spelling effectively to kids of all ages.
Here are some important kindergarten reading benchmarks that will help you determine if your child is on the right path to reading success.
The Orton-Gillingham approach is the very best evidence-based reading instruction for remediating reading, writing and spelling difficulties. Here is a brief explanation of what the Orton-Gillingham approach is.
Here is how to use the Blending Drill in Orton-Gillingham with your students. It is such a great way to force students to decode nonsense words.
If your child is struggling with reading fluency, here are a few easy strategies and activities you can do at home to improve reading fluency in your child.
Learning to read with dyslexia is not a natural process. These kids need to be taught explicitly and directly. Here are some tips on how to teach a child with dyslexia best.
Can’t afford dyslexia tutoring? Do not fret. Here is what you can do to make it an affordable option for you.
Early nutrition is an important part of development and learning. Guest Blogger and Nutritionist, Melanie Silverman is here to give us some tips!
Here is how to teach Orton-Gillingham in groups, and teach it effectively so that every student progresses.
If you are planning to offer an Orton-Gillingham Summer Reading Camp, this Webinar is for you.!
Homeschooling a child with auditory processing is not too different, you just need to tweak it a bit. Here are some tips and suggestions from an expert.
Here are some phonological awareness activities that you can use when teaching your child to read and spell.