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Do you want your child to learn how to read and spell effectively, efficiently, and independently so that he can comprehend what he read while saving thousands of dollars? Learn the best and the most effective reading and spelling skills and teach your child, we will help you!


Teaching children to learn how to read and spell the English language correctly - meaning without asking the learners to memorize words is not easy because English is a complex language.  The words from the English language come from different sources and languages such as Old and Middle English, Latin and French, etc.,  —each with its phonology, structure, rules, strategies, and techniques.


Also, with close to a million words and counting and has the largest vocabulary and is still growing, the English language has many variants and has one of the most complex alphabetic orthographies. Therefore, the training, workshops, and courses to learn the English language even for teachers must be divided into different levels so that it will not be too overwhelming for the participants.


Our Multisensory Reading System (MRS) Orton-Gillingham Literacy Training is open to all parents with children and those with dyslexia as well as parents who would like to increase their children’s reading and spelling skills.


Via Skype, we will teach parents how to teach their children to learn how to read and spell even words their children have not seen so that their children can comprehend what they read. We will also give the parents the tools and support they need during and after the training.

Multisensory Reading System 


Literacy training for Parents

subject to modification based on the participant/s capacity to learn

Please note, Level 1 is a prerequisite for Level 2, Level 2 is a prerequisite for Level 3, and so on…

Strategies, rules, tips, and digital materials for reading and spelling are included in the training package.

Additional training, sessions, and consultations,  if needed have additional fees at $120.00 CAD per hour via Skype and are subject to our available timeslots

Also, your child must have at least low cognitive ability and intact vision and hearing because not everyone can learn to read

MRS Orton-Gillingham Literacy Training for Parents Level 1  $365.00 CAD Oct 20, 2022, 7:35 -8:35 PM Eastern Time

via Skype on teaching the simple words CVC pattern for kindergarten, grade one, and beginning readers

Typically taught in kindergarten, grade one, and for beginners, a CVC word is made up of a consonant, vowel, and consonant sounds, like zim, tox, rug, mod. The CVC words are simple closed-syllable words. They are the most common and most important words for reading and spelling because they help to attain the level of awareness that will fully support word recognition, spelling, writing, vocabulary development, and reading comprehension. Rabbit, hobgoblin, and Manhattan are simple words that we connect to each other to make longer words. Multisyllabic words have also simple words to make the words longer such as entertainment, embroidery, capitalization, Manitoba, Mississippi, and Canada! 


Although the English language has rules and strategies for longer words, having problems reading the CVC unknown words is also the main reason why the students have difficulties in reading comprehension and reading longer words. 


What is included:

1.    An hour of lecture with hands-on training via Skype

  • The basic sounds of the English language, short vowel sounds, and consonants

  • Strategies, rules techniques: how to connect the sounds for reading and spelling, reversals b/d/ p/b, etc. confusions of the sounds such as when to use the c & k, j & g, how to write the lower case letters while learning the sounds sat the same time

  • Questions and Answers segment

2.    Digital copies of materials

  • MRS CVC word list of more than 400 words, appx 36 pages

  • MRS basic keywords with pictures in black & white

  • MRS The Basic Sounds of the English Language poster: colored or black and white 8.5X11 inches paper

  • MRS Sounds Structured handwriting workbook appx 37 pages - testing phase

  • MRS Reading & Spelling Diagnostic Reading & Spelling Test Recording & Tracking Form

  • MRS Reading & Spelling Diagnostic Reading & Spelling Student Form

  • MRS Lesson Plan Form

  • MRS Reading Fluency Chart

  • MRS Spelling Fluency Chart

  • MRS CVC Student Workbook - Bonus testing phase


  • MRS CVC Workbook AAA for students who need a lot of practice

  • MRS CVC Workbook A for younger children  (with pictures)

  • MRC CVC Workbook B for a bit older student ( with fewer pictures)

3.    Support: Two additional appointments via Skype/Zoom, 30 minutes each within 90 days after the lecture  


What the participants need can be purchased after the training: Optional but highly recommended

1. Index cards for interactive teaching

  • 8 packs of white 3X5 inches to write the sounds & words for structure and fluency - cheaper at the dollar store

  • 1 pack pinkish-red 3X5 inches to write the vowel sounds

  • 1 pack shower rings - to hold the cards for structured reading - cheaper at the dollar store  

2. Markers to use for writing the cards

  • black & red 

3. Binders

  • At least 3 inches for the participants: to keep your materials ready to use

  • 1 1/2 inches for the student: for spelling and to keep his record progress

4. Uncooked rice and a tray​

  • for multisensory and interactive teaching

5. Whiteboard and markers​

  • for multisensory and interactive teaching


MRS OG Level 1.2 Closed Syllable, one-syllable words  with blends $465.00  2 hrs lecture with hands-on training + 1 hour of support via Skype, three meetings 30 minutes each meeting

Floss double ff, ll, ss,

Closed syllable exception

Consonant digraphs, closed syllable sh, ck, ch, th, wh, qu, ng, nk

Final/ending blends closed syllable i.e. elk

Trigraph -tch: itch, batch

Initial/beginning  with two-letter blends, i.e. sloth, frog, skink

Initial/beginning with three-letter blends  i.e sprint, scratch, splash


MRS Orton-Gillingham Concepts Training Selections


MRS OG 1 Closed Syllable, One-Syllable Word

CVC pattern

Floss double ff, ll, ss,

Closed syllable exception: ind, ild, old, ost, olt

Consonant digraphs, closed syllable sh, ck, ch, th, wh, qu, ng, nk

Final/ending blends closed syllable i.e. elk

Trigraph -tch itch, batch

Initial/beginning  with two-letter blends, i.e. sloth, frog, skink

Initial/beginning with three-letter blends  i.e sprint, scratch, splash

MRS OG 2 Closed Syllable, Two-Syllable Words

vowel-consonant, consonant-vowel words i.e. rabbit, chipmunk, squabbish, scrumpox, scrimshank

vc.ccv – os.trich

vcc.ccv – compound – catfish

three-syllable closed syllable words: badminton

MRS OG 3 Vowel-Consonant-E (VCe) Syllable, Silent e and with closed syllable two-syllable words

VCe i.e. cake, mode, dine, mule, rude

closed syllable & VCe i.e vulture, pancake, cakemix

MRS OG 4 Open Syllable, One-Syllable Words Introduction

          open syllable i.e.  me, spy

MRS OG 5 Vowel Teams: Vowel Digraphs & diphthongs & r-controlled introduction

one-syllable common vowel teams: ai, ay, ee, ey, ea, oi, oy, ou, ow, au, aw, oo, oa, igh, eigh   i.e. bear, snow, sleigh

one-syllable word: ar, or, ur, ir, er - carp

MRS OG 6 Vowel Teams: Vowel digraphs & diphthongs, r-controlled, open-syllable Continuation & two-syllable words

Two-syllable words vowel team combinations: explain

two-syllable words open syllable combinations: baby, bison, cam el, soft c & g ceindy & geimmy

two-syllable word combinations: explain

MRS 7 R controlled & Suffixes