6 Multisensory Tools For Orton-Gillingham Lessons - The Literacy Nest
6 Multisensory Tools For Orton-Gillingham Lessons | This blog post explains some great options to get more sensory experiences into your students' experience. Check out how you can use plastic canvas, scrapbooking paper, loose materials, fabrics, messy items, and more. While many think these are great for just the primary students - think again! Even our older students enjoy experiencing their lesson or tutoring session in a different format. Click through to learn more!
Starting Orton-Gillingham: How To Find A Starting Point With This Approach - The Literacy Nest
How To Find A Starting Point Using The Orton-Gillingham Approach. Finding a starting point is a very important step when beginning your Orton-Gillingham lessons. Click here for the proper tools to help you make the best decision for your students. The Literacy Nest #theliteracynest #ortongillingham #literacysupport
Orton Gillingham Resources Complete O.G. Part 2 Bundle | Virtual Learning
Your Orton-Gillingham lesson plan and you will be ready to go with this extensive bundle of multisensory activities. The Complete O.G. PART TWO is a GROWING BUNDLE that I have created for use with the Orton-Gillingham approach and/or dyslexia intervention. Click here to shop! The Literacy Nest #theliteracynest #teacherspayteachers #tpt #multisensoryactivities #ortongillingham #dyslexia #readinginstruction
Best Apps for Students With Dyslexia | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
As our dyslexic kids enter the middle school years I begin to add the use of assistive technology to their homeschool goals. One way we do this is through apps. The best apps for students with dyslexia are listed here.