Thursday, December 1, 2022

Happy December 1st everyone!
All I can think about is gingerbread stories, gingerbread-scented candles, and 
frosted gingerbread cookies from Traders Joe's. 
Yesterday I shared the phoneme-grapheme monthly templates for December. If 
you did not grab those, head on over to my Linktree to do so. Today I am sharing 
another phoneme-grapheme template using poppit fidgets. 

  By now you know that I LOVE being thematic-it makes learning fun for my students 
and me! This year I introduced holiday poppits and you would have thought Santa 
🎅🏽 himself had come to visit. They were so excited to pick one. 

Not only is this an engaging way to practice P-G mapping, phoneme-grapheme 
mapping is a research-based activity that helps early and transitional readers 
build word recognition skills. Word recognition skills allow students to identify words, 
first through the decoding process and later automatically. And we know that 
based on the Simple View of Reading Framework, mastery of word recognition is 
one of the components required for automatic fluent reading. 

  You can find these FREE templates under Orton-Gillingham Resources in the link 
below. Which one will you use with your students?

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