It is our utmost desire to help anyone who wants to learn how to read and our workbooks are for you....
Workbooks for Struggling Readers and Nonreaders based on the Orton-Gillingham approach - a long-felt need for a comprehensive and logically organized and research-based approach to reading and spelling instructions.
Our first workbook will be:
Learning to Read
A 228- Page Learning to Read and Spell for Learners with Reading and Spelling Difficulties
The only workbook you need to start learning to read!
STRUCTURED AND COMPREHENSIVE
Sound-Symbol Correspondence (Phonics) to Read and Spell
Strategy to Facilitate Reading and Spelling
Keywords to Remember the Sounds
Structured Manuscript to Practice Writing
More than 90 Pages of Activities to Help Build Reading and Spelling Fluency
Our Engaging Minds Learning to Read workbooks integrate phonological awareness, phonics, spelling, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension through systematic, logical, and sequential 15-Step lesson plans, approximate only. While they are specifically designed for nonreaders and struggling readers from Pre-K to Grade 6, all individuals including the beginning readers and second language learners whose reading acquisition are below their expected grade level can benefit from these workbooks and can learn how to read and spell more effectively and efficiently
Teachers and paraprofessionals who need extra activities for their students can benefit from our structured and comprehensive workbooks. Parents who would like to provide extra tutoring for their children will also find these workbooks as excellent helpers.
However, it is ideal that whoever supervises the learners to use these workbooks must have a knowledge of our approach to reading and spelling instruction. For this reason, we are in the process of offering training such as a Multisensory Structured Approach Language Instruction (MSALI) for Beginners
What makes our workbooks different than others?
Our workbooks are based on the Orton-Gillingham approach. It is systematic and explicit. The organization of the materials follows the logical order of the language. The sequence begins with the most basic and easiest elements of concepts and progress to more difficult lessons. The introduction of each step is based on concepts previously introduced. All lessons, words, activities, and keywords to remember the sounds have meticulously been chosen to facilitate and reinforce reading and spelling effectively. In addition, our workbooks offer substantial activities to practice to help students build their reading and spelling fluency.