PRIDE Beginning Consonants Program Kit
What Your Student Will Learn in the PRIDE Beginning Consonants Program!
The PRIDE Beginning Consonants is for students who are ready to start learning beginning consonants. Students in Beginning Consonants may also have started learning consonant concepts and are struggling with their acquisition.
By the end of the PRIDE Beginning Consonants,
your student will identify, write and sound out
the consonants listed below:
b c f g h j k l m n
p r s t v w x y z d
What You Will Need to Teach PRIDE Reading Program
PRIDE Online Teaching Guide
PRIDE’s easy to follow 100% scripted, step-by-step ONLINE Teaching Guide will guide you through which skills to teach, and when and how to teach them. With the PRIDE Teaching Guide, you become the Orton-Gillingham method instructor your student needs. The PRIDE Online Teaching Guide works on any of your internet connected browser devices.
Preview a Beginning Consonants Lesson
PRIDE Beginning Consonants Workbook
Our Beginning Consonants Book goes hand-in-hand with our Online Teaching Guide. The Workbook contains finger tracing, pen tracing, and letter writing for developing reading and writing skills. Students will also learn phonological awareness through recognizing pictures and sounds as well as incorporating fun activities such as sky writing to enforce lessons.
Click on the sides of the book to turn the pages.
PRIDE Sound Cards
PRIDE Sound Cards are used throughout the program to introduce letters, sounds and reviewing skills. The PRIDE Sound Cards cover all levels of the program and comes in a storage box to keep the cards organized and protected.
Teaching in Groups?
Each additional student will need their own:
- PRIDE Beginning Consonants Student Workbook
FAQs for PRIDE Reading Program
How do I know what book to place my student?
We always recommend placing your student in Beginning Consonants through Red Book 3 no matter what age they are. Please look at our Scope and Sequence to determine where you believe your student is best placed. Or you can use our PRIDE Placement Assessment by clicking here. If you have more questions, please feel free to give us a call at (866) 774-3342 ext. 2 or use our contact form and we will be happy to help you order the level best suited for your student.
Will my student benefit from the PRIDE program?
Yes! All students benefit from the PRIDE Reading Program. It is a powerful primer for all students and an intervention for the students with delayed or non-existing reading skills due to language-based processing disorders or disabilities including dyslexia, auditory processing, speech deficits and other learning differences.
What if I am not a teacher? Will I be able to teach my student the PRIDE Program?
Yes! Parents and Homeschoolers across the U.S.A and around the world use the PRIDE Reading Program every day with their students. PRIDE is designed for ease of use and effectiveness. There are simple to follow training videos to show how the learning exercises are taught. The 100% scripted PRIDE Teaching Guide will walk you through what to teach and when. Simply log-in to pridereadingprogram.com, follow the step by step instructions, read the included script, and you are teaching the PRIDE Reading Program.
Orton-Gillingham Based Method
Our PRIDE Reading Program incorporates the Orton-Gillingham based method.
“For children with speech deficits, language deficits, or processing deficits, the repetitive nature of the Orton-Gillingham approach is perfect for them. This method utilizes a multisensory step-by-step process for your child to learn every phoneme in the English language.”
“There is a window of opportunity for kids between kindergarten and 2nd grade where if they don’t close their reading gaps before moving onto the next grade, that child will always struggle with reading and writing. It is important you close those gaps as soon as you can.”
“The Orton-Gillingham method is a process. For many students, this is actually the only program that does work for them. Our students are really, really smart kids that just need a different approach to learning.”
– Karina Richland, PRIDE Reading Program