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Blast Off to Reading 50 Orton Gillingham Based Lessons for Struggling Readers and Those with Dyslexia
|Author||: Cheryl Orlassino|
|Editor||: Blast Off to Learning Press|
Blast Off to Reading is designed for children, ages 7-13, who are reading below grade level. This is for children who have dyslexia, speech delays, auditory processing disorder (APD), and other learning difficulties. This multisensory, Orton-Gillingham based program will systematically teach your child to read starting from the most basic units of sounds to multi-syllable, complex words in just 50 lessons. Each lesson includes a new sound or rule, followed by several exercises, which review concepts taught in the lesson as well as those taught previously. If you use the web app, that accompanies this program, the lesson will instruct you on what game to play. This provides the perfect blend of reading and writing with review. Your student will become aware of sounds and how they are put together to form words. Why Use Blast Off to Reading The program includes an online web app with games and teaching tools, making teaching more varied and fun. The program is highly structured, gradually building up on what was taught. This program is not "babyish", it is meant for older students (7-13). The lessons are easy to implement, little to no lesson planning is needed. This book is colorful, with large text and a simple layout that is created to be visually appealing to children. There is an answer key included, so if you aren't sure you can always check. Spelling is also addressed. By using the online dictations, included in the webapp, your student will practice spelling the words that include the sounds and rules taught. The back of the book includes the complete phonics reference chart (all of the sounds taught) for a quick review or reference. The web app for this program is available at no extra cost and can be played on any browser, no special device is needed. Go to BlastOffToReading dot com for the app. What Does the Web App Include The flash cards for the sounds and rules taught. Online audio dictations (similar to spelling tests) for words and sentences. Moveable Letter Tile app teaching tool, which includes the phonics reference chart (same on the back of the book). Students can blow up the letters, which makes this more fun. A matching card game for reading words in isolation (for all lessons). Save the Earth game, which offers practice in reading sounds or words in isolation as flash cards with reward games upon completion (for all lessons). Letter and number reversal activities, to help with reversals often seen with dyslexia. Rocket blow up games for short vowels, long vowels, and 'r' controlled vowels. Phonics identifying games, for nk, ck, ng, ay, oy, oi, ou, oo, ow, and igh. Activities for when 'g' has the /j/ sound. Activities for when 'c' has the /s/ sound. Sequence Lesson 1 - Consonants & Vowels Lesson 2 - CV-VC Sounds & High Frequency Words Lesson 3 - Consonant-Vowel-Consonant, CVC Lesson 4 - Consonant Blends Lesson 5 - The /ch/ and /sh/ Sounds Lesson 6 - The /th/ Sound Lesson 7 - The /nk/ Sounds Lesson 8 - The /ng/ Sound Lesson 9 - The /ck/ Sounds Lesson 10 - 'ay' and 'ey' as Long 'a' Review #1 - Lessons 1 to 10 Lesson 11 - The /oo/ Sounds Lesson 12 - The /qu/ Sound Lesson 13 - The /nch/ Sounds Lesson 14 - 'y' and 'igh' as a Long 'i' Lesson 15 - The /oy/ and /oi/ Sound Lesson 16 - 'R' Controlled Vowels Lesson 17 - The 'ou' & 'ow' Sounds Lesson 18 - The /ew/ Sound Lesson 19 - Long Vowels, VCV & VV Lesson 20 - Adding the Suffix 'ing' Review #2 - Lessons 11 to 20 Lesson 21 - Past Tense Words - Adding 'ed' Lesson 22 - The /nd/ Sounds Lesson 23 - The /ct/ Sounds Lesson 24 - Words with 'aw', 'au', 'all' and 'alk' Sounds Lesson 25 - The Letter 's' as a /z/ Sound Lesson 26 - The Letter 'y' Lesson 27 - Adding 'ly' and 'er' Lesson 28 - When 'g' has the /j/ Sound Lesson 29 - When 'c' has the /s/ Sound Lesson 30 - The /k/ Rule Review #3 - Lessons 21 to 30 Lesson 31 - Plural Nouns Lesson 32 - Syllables, FLOSS and Long 'o' Words Lesson 33 - Multi-Syllable Words Lesson 34 - Contractions Lesson 35 - Homophones Lesson 36 - Words with 'wh' and Silent Letters Lesson 37 - Double Vowel Rule Breakers, 'ei' and 'ie' Lesson 38 - Double Vowel Rule Breakers, 'ea' and 'ai' Lesson 39 - Words Ending with 'tial' and 'cial Lesson 40 - Words with 'tion' and 'sion' Review #4 - Lessons 31 to 40 Lesson 41 - Apostrophes for Ownership Lesson 42 - 'i' as long 'e' and Words Ending with Vowels Lesson 43 - Words ending in 'le', 'able' and 'ible' Lesson 44 - Words Ending with 'ture' and 'sure' Lesson 45 - Words Ending with 'ous' and 'ious' Lesson 46 - Words Ending with the /v/ Sound Lesson 47 - 'ch' as /sh/ and /k/ Lesson 48 - 'ph' and 'gh' as /f/, 'aught', and 'ought' Lesson 49 - Words Ending with 'cian' Lesson 50 - Words from the French Review #5 - Lessons 41 to 50
|Author||: Michelle Portice|
|Editor||: Highlights Press|
Stories + Puzzles = Reading Success! Highlights Puzzle Readers offer an innovative approach to learning that integrates puzzles and stories to develop motivated, confident readers. Blast off with Kit and Kaboodle as they visit a space camp in this Level 2 Highlights Puzzle Reader. Kids can help the duo by finding items for their journey in six Hidden Pictures puzzles that double as story illustrations. With a bonus picture dictionary, Kit and Kaboodle Blast Off to Space is perfect for readers who are starting to explore reading.
|Author||: Laura Driscoll|
Can James collect 10,000 energy bar wrappers and win a trip to Space Camp? Everybody gives him their wrappers. But how can he count them all? Will he have enough? Includes colorful illustrations, a math concept, activities and a note to caregivers.
|Author||: Marty Kelley|
Molly's class is going on a field trip to the Space Science Center, and, despite what everyone tells her, Molly is convinced that they will find a real rocket there and blast off into outer space--but when she sneaks away from the class and tries to take off in the "spaceship" she finds herself totally grounded.
|Author||: Phyllis Haddox,Siegfried Engelmann,Elaine Bruner|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
A step-by-step program that shows parents, simply and clearly, how to teach their child to read in just 20 minutes a day.
|Author||: Caroline Moss|
|Editor||: Frances Lincoln Children's Books|
In this imaginatively illustrated book from the Work It, Girl series, discover how Mae Jemison became the first African American woman in space in this true story of her life. Then, learn 10 key lessons from her work you can apply to your own life. When Mae Jemison was a little girl, she loved science, dancing, and dinosaurs. She watched the Apollo moon landings and wondered why none of the astronauts were women—and she just didn't buy the answers she was given... Work It, Girl is an empowering series of biographies featuring modern women in the world of work, from designers and musicians to CEOs and scientists. Each of these vibrantly illustrated books tells the story of a remarkable woman in 10 chapters that highlight transformative moments in her life, following the ups and downs that she faced on her road to success. At the end, 10 key lessons show what you can learn from these moments, and self-reflection questions help you apply these lessons to your own life. Brightly colored photo illustrations of 3-D cut paper artwork featuring inspiring quotes from these amazing women bring their stories to vivid life. Learn how to work it as you lay the foundations for your own successful career.
|Author||: Rachel Grack|
|Editor||: Bellwether Media|
They once galloped through the Great Plains. But today, the uniquely patterned American paint horse makes the perfect trail-riding companion! This low-level title describes the horse’s appearance, history, and talents. Special features show off coat patterns, compare sizes, and explore the history of the breed, adding increased interest and fun for young readers. Happy trails!
|Author||: Evelyn Reiss|
The program begins at Level 1 where students learn to read and spell 1-syllable words with short vowels. Gradually, spelling rules, Sight Words and word families are introduced. By Level 4 the student has learned to read and spell all 1-syllable words with consonant clusters, digraphs, short vowels and basic suffixes. How It Works Utilizing the proven Orton-Gillingham Practical Linguistics methodology, this program provides lesson plans structured for success. Lesson plans are cumulative, with every lesson progressing in simple steps while practising previously taught material. Review lessons are included throughout to ensure consolidation of skills and concepts. Why It Works 35 Lesson plans uses Orton-Gillingham's multi-sensory methodology. All the lessons are explained with clear graphics, and the teacher will find everything needed to support the lessons, including: -phonics -templates -games -drill cards -certificates of completion for each level. 35 Lesson plans can be used as a stand alone teaching resource, or in tandem with My Book of Words 1 - a student workbook that provides practice worksheets for each the lesson plan.
|Author||: Lauren Gunderson|
|Editor||: Dr. Wonderful and Her Dog|
Dr. Wonderful loves asking big questions...and using science to answer them. She and her dog, Newton, want to know why the moon changes shape in the sky every night. But how can they study the moon when it's so far away? By blasting off into space, of course! On their amazing journey, this detective duo gathers clues to solve their lunar mystery using the powers of science, curiosity, and teamwork.
|Author||: Tony Abbott|
|Editor||: Open Road Media|
Noodle and Zeek love danger, but when a real adventure comes their way, will they be ready? Best friends Noodle and Zeek are among the first in line when a new store, Danger Guy, opens in their local mall. It has all the survival gear the boys could dream of, and their excitement is lessened only when they notice two big, angry men yelling at the owner. When Noodle and Zeek wander into a small room on the other side of the store, they’re shut inside. That’s when the two realize they’re in the back of a truck heading out of town. After a terrifying ride, Noodle and Zeek arrive at an ancient temple full of treasures. There they discover that their kidnappers are the two men from the store, and the boys are not the only ones who have been captured. The Emersons, a famous husband-and-wife explorer team, are there too. It’s up to Noodle and Zeek to rescue the prisoners and save the day—before they’re trapped in the temple forever! Danger Guys is the 1st book in Danger Guys, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
|Author||: Heather MacLeod-Vidal,Kristina Smith|
|Editor||: Ulysses Press|
Give young readers the tools they need to improve reading fluency and master letter-sound relationships with this teacher-friendly book of multisensory lessons based on the proven Orton-Gillingham (OG) reading approach. Bringing Orton-Gillingham and multisensory teaching into your classroom has never been easier. With this big book of easy-to-follow lesson plans, you can help your struggling students or those with dyslexia start reading today. Teach Reading with Orton-Gillingham offers research-based suggestions and instructions to make reading multisensory and engaging. Whether it’s using sand or shaving cream, there are tons of fun, proven ideas and strategies to help your students better understand key concepts like letter-sound relationships. With 9 unique units and 72 different lesson plans, each unit will include lessons, tips, pictures, reference charts, suggested teaching timelines, and more resources. Also included are strategies for customizing this approach, whether you’re working one-on-one, within small groups, or in a whole-class setting.
|Author||: Kari Schuetz|
|Editor||: Bellwether Media|
"Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through grade three, this book introduces hippopotamuses to young readers through leveled text and related photos"--Provided by publisher.
|Author||: Haily Meyers,Kevin Meyers|
|Editor||: Gibbs Smith|
Adventure into space with this playful oversized board book, from the creators of Gotta Go, Buffalo and the All Aboard series. Haily and Kevin Meyers are the husband and wife team behind the dazzling baby product line, Lucy Darling (lucydarling.com). Haily's design work can be seen on their unique monthly sticker designs, nursery art prints, baby memory books, and multiple baby products. Their work has been featured in Pregnancy and Newborn magazine, Red Tricycle, Babiekins Magazine, Cool Mom Picks, KIWI magazine, Mollie Makes magazine, Fresh Style magazine, Mom Trends, HGTV Canada, and specialty baby shops worldwide. They live in Arizona.
|Author||: Nancy E. Shaw|
|Editor||: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt|
When a mysterious spacecraft lands in a nearby pasture, the lovable, blundering sheep get in gear for the ride of their lives! Unfortunately, these sheep don’t know the first thing about piloting a spaceship . . . but there may be someone else on board who does! Readers will have a blast with Nancy Shaw’s clever rhymes and Margot Apple’s hilarious illustrations in this latest Sheep adventure.
|Author||: Emily K. Green|
|Editor||: Bellwether Media|
Volcanoes are many different shapes and sizes. They can be dormant or active. Students will learn about the different kinds of volcanoes and discover what makes a volcano erupt.