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Teach Reading With Orton-Gillingham
72 Classroom-ready Lessons to Help Struggling Readers and Students With Dyslexia Learn to Love Reading
Book - 2021
Teach Reading With Orton-Gillingham
A Companion Guide With Dictation Activities, Decodable Passages, and Other Supplemental Materials for Struggling Readers and Students With Dyslexia. Early Reading Skills
Book - 2022
My Special Alphabet Book
A Green-themed Story and Workbook for Developing Speech Sound Awareness for Children Aged 3+ at Risk of Dyslexia or Language Difficulties
Book - 2022
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A Fresh Look at Phonics, Grades
Common Causes of Failure and 7 Ingredients for Success : Grades K-2
Book - 2017
Reading Above the Fray
Reliable, Research-based Routines for Developing Decoding Skills
Book - 2022
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Learn to Read the Easy Way
60 Exciting Phonics-based Activities for Kids
Book - 2020
Phonics and Decoding | Reading Rockets
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Information for parents and teachers about how to teach children to sound out words and what to do if a child is having difficulty. Reading Rockets is a n...Show more Information for parents and teachers about how to teach children to sound out words and what to do if a child is having difficulty. Reading Rockets is a national public media literacy initiative offering information and resources on how young kids learn to read, why so many struggle, and how caring adults can help. Show less
Tips for Teaching Your Child About Phonemes | Colorín Colorado
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Discover simple at-home activities you can use to help your child understand the connection between the letters of the alphabet and the sound associated w...Show more Discover simple at-home activities you can use to help your child understand the connection between the letters of the alphabet and the sound associated with each letter. Colorín Colorado is a bilingual site dedicated to helping English language learners learn to read and is associated with Reading Rockets. Show less
Accessibility | Libby Help
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Tips for changing text size, turning on dyslexic font in e-books, and more. OpenDyslexic font has more generous line-spacing and the unique shapes of each...Show more Tips for changing text size, turning on dyslexic font in e-books, and more. OpenDyslexic font has more generous line-spacing and the unique shapes of each letter can help prevent confusion through flipping and swapping. Dyslexic font is not available for all books. Show less
Sold a Story: How Teaching Kids to Read Went So Wrong
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Millions of kids in the United States struggle with reading. For decades, scientists have known how children learn to read, but many school districts have used alternate methods of instruction. Millions of kids in the United States struggle with reading. For decades, scientists have known how children learn to read, but many school districts have used alternate methods of instruction. Show less
Science of Reading resource list
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This list of resources was compiled by Emily Hanford, host and lead producer of the Sold a Story podcast. This list of resources was compiled by Emily Hanford, host and lead producer of the Sold a Story podcast. Show less
Decodable books step 1: Short vowels and CVC words
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Consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) words with short vowel sounds, like bat and hop, are the first words students learn to read in their journey to independent reading. Consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) words with short vowel sounds, like bat and hop, are the first words students learn to read in their journey to independent reading. Show less
Decodable books step 2: Blends and digraphs
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Blends are two or three consonants that blend together, like /st/ in stop or /ck/ in rock. Each letter in the blend makes a sound. Digraphs are two consonants that together make one sound, such as /sh/ in shop or /ch/ in chat. Blends are two or three consonants that blend together, like /st/ in stop or /ck/ in rock. Each letter in the blend makes a sound. Digraphs are two consonants that together make one sound, such as /sh/ in shop or /ch/ in chat. Show less
Decodable books step 3: Silent-e or Magic-e
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Silent-e (also known as magic-e) words follow a pattern of vowel + consonant + e, such as the words lake, slide, and hope. The vowel makes its long sound and the e is silent. Silent-e (also known as magic-e) words follow a pattern of vowel + consonant + e, such as the words lake, slide, and hope. The vowel makes its long sound and the e is silent. Show less
Decodable books step 4: Vowel teams, r-controlled vowels, and consonant-le
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Vowel teams are two or more vowels together that make a sound, such as in the words boot or rain. Sometimes they may contain consonants that create a vowe...Show more Vowel teams are two or more vowels together that make a sound, such as in the words boot or rain. Sometimes they may contain consonants that create a vowel sound like /ow/ in throw. R-controlled vowels have a vowel followed by r. Sometimes this pattern is called the “bossy r” because the “r” takes over and the vowel makes a different sound, such as in the words car or burn. Consonant -le words end with a consonant, followed by le, such as table or purple. Show less
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