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Those Tricky Short I and Short E Sounds: 7 Tips for Helping Your Student Master Short Vowel Sounds

7 Tips for Helping Your Student Master Short Vowel SoundsThose Tricky Short I and Short E Sounds!One of the very first things students need to master also happens to be one of the most difficult for many of them, the short vowel sounds. Short…
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The Top 6 Tips For Helping Children Blend Sounds

When a Student Finds It Hard to Blend Sounds Together: 6 Tips for Getting Over the HumpWhile very often, things go along quite swimmingly in the Orton-Gillingham lesson plan, from time to time we all have a student that has particular difficulty…
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Taming the Fly-aways: Weaving Review into Orton-Gillingham Tutoring

As a teacher and tutor using the Orton-Gillingham approach, I am always looking for ways to improve my instruction. Meeting with other teachers and tutors online has truly been a valuable experience when it comes to planning my Orton-Gillingham…
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Blending Practice

Hi Literacy Nest, friends! Do you ever find some of the simplest materials make the best games? How many ways can you think of to use a pack of index cards? How about those sticker dots people use at yard sales? Today I'm going to share how…
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Orton-Gillingham Word List Strategies

Hi everyone! It's Tuesday, and I'm back with more OG tips to get you started for the upcoming school year. Today, I'm blogging about how I use my words and sentences lists. This was one of the requested topics from a weeks back on my Facebook…