Wrapping up a whole year as a certified dyslexia practitioner, I look at the accomplishments, the progress made and the people I have reached. Through the power of the Orton-Gillingham approach, a structured literacy methodology, and dyslexia awareness spread through social media, I’ve been able to reach parents and other educators all over the world. I am so grateful for the bridges built and the connections I have made with all of you!
Today, I am taking time out to reflect on the most popular blog posts written in 2017. Thirty posts were published on my blog in 2017 and admittedly, I’m a bit in awe. I’m been blog writing since 2013, and the urge to share valuable content with you has never been stronger. I hope you have enjoyed reading my blog as much I have over the years! And so, without further delay, I give you the top ten most popular blog posts in order. The tenth post in the list was the most popular.
The Top Ten Blog Posts in 2017!
- The Top 6 Picture Books For Building Phonological Awareness
- AND THE MOST POPULAR POST OF 2017 IS… 12 Children’s Books With Dyslexic Characters You Can’t Miss
Which post was your favorite? Did it make the list? Here’s one of my personal favorites for 2017. What Does An Orton-Gillingham Lesson Plan Look Like? was recently published at the end of November. It is jam packed with info! Be sure to check that one out.
So… some people ask me what I have planned for 2018. Here’s a quick run down of some things to look forward to in the new year:
- More ready made, bound copies of my materials available for purchase and shipping
- More reading passages (including comprehension questions)
- Games for Orton-Gillingham lessons and beyond
- Organizational Tips for The Phonological Awareness Bundle
- Materials for Older Students
- Plans for a new web design with some extra special features (Not saying what they are!)
- More high quality blog content published monthly
- Organizational Charts for both Complete OG bundles.
- More time for book groups!
- And some surprises that I hope you will stick around to see. 😉