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How To Help Older Students Build Phonemic Awareness Skills

How To Help Older Students Build Phonemic Awareness Skills

You may think of phonemic and phonological awareness as something for the primary grades, for early readers or non-readers. If you teach older struggling readers or language arts classes for upper elementary or middle school, you may not find phonemic awareness tasks among the materials at your disposal. However, for a lot of readers that…

How To Help Younger Students Build Phonemic Awareness Skills
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How To Help Younger Students Build Phonemic Awareness Skills

Phonemic awareness might be one of the most important, most talked about, and most misunderstood aspects of literacy. Some of that confusion stems from the similarities and differences between phonological and phonemic Awareness. They are very much related, but not interchangeable. If Phonological Awareness is an umbrella that covers skills, those skills include hearing words…

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Building Phonemic Awareness For Struggling Readers

(This post uses affiliate links.) Hi everyone! As an Orton-Gillingham teacher who works with children with dyslexia, I know first hand how they struggle with phonological awareness. Under the umbrella term called phonological awareness, we have a very important early reader offshoot- phonemic awareness. Phonemic awareness is a critical early reading indicator. What Is Phonemic…

How To Organize Phonological Awareness Supplies

    (Contains an affiliate link.) Phonological Awareness contains a mixture of foundational literacy skills which are critical for reading success. It’s hard to argue against the need to provide a strong phonological awareness curriculum, particularly in the younger grades where we can identify and remediate early to avoid later reading failure. We want to…

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6 More Picture Books (Plus some sequels) for Building Phonological Awareness

    Not too long ago, I shared 6 of my favorite read aloud books to promote phonological awareness. I promised that there would be even more to come. Here they are! Not only are these great books for building phonemic awareness, but several of them have sequels that have similar structures and can be…

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The Top 6 Picture Books For Building Phonological Awareness

The Top 6 Picture Books For Building Phonological Awareness  (This post contains affiliate links.) building phonological awareness can happen anywhere at anytime. We know that beneath the umbrella term, phonological awareness, phonemic awareness is the most important skill to work on for early reading success. Struggling readers may have poor phonological awareness; therefore, it is…

4 Tips to Find an Orton-Gillingham Tutor
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4 Tips to Find an Orton-Gillingham Tutor

When your child is struggling to learn to read or has recently been diagnosed with dyslexia, it can be overwhelming. Where do you start to find help? How do you protect your child who seems so beaten down by their school experiences? You realize you need help, but what kind of help should you look…

Phonemic Awareness Boom Cards: Medial Sounds Multisensory Reading Practice

Phonemic Awareness Boom Cards: Medial Sounds Multisensory Reading Practice

Looking for practice with identifying medial sounds? This includes one set of 25 Boom Cards to be used for building phonemic awareness. It can be used with your Boom Learning account and or Boom Cards app for any mobile device. They’re great for online tutoring and distance learning!

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Phonemic Awareness: FREEBIE Cards Multisensory Phonics Approach Orton Gillingham

Phonemic Awareness: FREEBIE Cards Multisensory Phonics Approach Orton Gillingham

This phonemic awareness freebie set of Tap and Switch Cards is a sampler of the complete set. Tap-switch-tap cards help with building phonemic awareness using CVC words. Beginning, medial, and final sounds are included. Use them in a literacy center or small group setting.

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Phonological Awareness Activities: Syllable Recognition Boom Cards

Phonological Awareness Activities: Syllable Recognition Boom Cards

Looking for phonological awareness activities with syllable recognition or counting syllables? This includes one set of 25 Boom Cards to be used for counting syllable practice It can be used with your Boom Learning account and or Boom Cards app for any mobile device. They’re great for online tutoring and distance learning!

Schwa Sound Spelling Activities for Orton-Gillingham Lesson Plans

Schwa Sound Spelling Activities for Orton-Gillingham Lesson Plans

SCHWA sounds can be challenging for students, but this phonics pack has everything you need to use a multisensory approach to teach SCHWA for reading and spelling. It is suitable for Orton-Gillingham instruction and other reading interventions to encourage phonemic awareness.

This SCHWA resource focuses on the following SCHWA sounds:
-en, -et, -al, -on, -om, -op

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Phonics Packs: CVC | Multisensory Practice Orton-Gillingham Resources

Phonics Packs: CVC | Multisensory Practice Orton-Gillingham Resources

CVC words as part of the closed syllable type are some of the first and most common words in the English language that young readers learn to read. Using a multisensory phonetic approach to teach CVC words will ensure reading success for your students. This multisensory phonics pack is suitable for reading intervention, Orton-Gillingham instruction, or other structured literacy programs.

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Phonics Packs: CVC Short O | Multisensory Orton-Gillingham Literacy Activities

Phonics Packs: CVC Short O | Multisensory Orton-Gillingham Literacy Activities

CVC words are some of the first and most common words in the English language that young readers learn to read. Using a multisensory approach to teach CVC words will ensure reading success for your students. It is suitable for Orton-Gillingham lesson plans, dyslexia intervention, and reading intervention.

 

Phonics: CVC Short A | Multisensory Orton-Gillingham Activities Lessons

Phonics: CVC Short A | Multisensory Orton-Gillingham Activities Lessons

CVC words are some of the first and most common words in the English language that young readers learn to read. Using a multisensory phonetic approach to teach CVC words will ensure reading success for your students. It is suitable for Orton-Gillingham lesson plans, dyslexia intervention, and reading interventions.

 

Phonics Packs: CVC | Multisensory Practice Orton-Gillingham Resources Level 1

Phonics Packs: CVC | Multisensory Practice Orton-Gillingham Resources Level 1

CVC words as part of the closed syllable type are some of the first and most common words in the English language that young readers learn to read. Using a multisensory phonetic approach to teach CVC words will ensure reading success for your students. This multisensory phonics pack is suitable for reading intervention, Orton-Gillingham instruction, or other structured literacy programs.