Orton-Gillingham Approach for Dyslexia
The Orton-Gillingham Approach is a research-based instructional approach that supports our learners with dyslexia. This direct, multisensory, systematic, diagnostic, and prescriptive method effectively addresses needs in the areas of reading, writing and spelling.
Click here to access webinars and materials to learn about dyslexia, essential elements of a lesson, ways to integrate multisensory methods into your instruction, reading comprehension strategies, specific spelling rules and ways to support sight word recognition and fluency.
The Committee for Children website put together a number of online activities available for children from TK-8th grade. All of these activities help build children’s social-emotional skills during a time when they are unable to naturally do so with their friends and at their schools. Access this helpful page here.
Right now it can be difficult to find new activities to keep the kids busy as we are all staying within our homes. Thankfully, many different organizations have come together to offer all sorts of experiences that can safely be viewed in your home. From museums to theme parks, your children can enjoy a wide
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