Teaching the 6 syllable types and coding is a powerful strategy for students that provides them with the tools needed to decode unknown words. This resource is designed to be used with any program and is aligned with the Orton-Gillingham principle and approach. Students can track their progress through the syllable types, color-code their chart, and anchor their new learning in addition to using it as a tool for decoding. This resource includes 4 different anchor chart designs, an answer key/model to help guide you, tips and ideas for instruction, a teacher guide and the necessary verbiage to help you and your students apply this knowledge to their reading skills.
Are you looking for some engaging ways to teach and practice chameleon (assimilated) prefixes? This bundle includes 4 multisensory interactive games, an introductory multisensory mini lesson, and anchor charts for both the classroom and students. The focus of this bundle is on the prefix non- and those related chameleon prefixes (in-, im-, il-ir-). Games include reading with automaticity, cloze reading, and vocabulary development. These are perfect for individual therapy sessions, small group instruction, or whole group/classroom centers. Just print and go!
This resource contains multiple games to teach and reinforce the VCCV syllable division pattern for word reading. It is based on the Orton-Gillingham principle and provides structured procedures for approaching words in order to decode quickly and accurately, and is suitable for small group or center work, dyslexia interventions or therapy, and other reading intervention programs. Just print and use!