Reading Games: Making Phonics Multisensory & Fabulously Fun
Posted by Dr. Erica Warren from Good Sensory Learning on 2/17/11

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    Dr. Erica Warren, an expert in reading and multi-sensory
    learning, has created yet another fabulously fun product.
    This download offers 94 pages that include 11 games, 17
    printable decks and two game boards. Many multi-sensory
    programs based on Orton-Gillingham methods are currently
    available. Reading remediation programs such as Preventing
    Academic Failure (PAF), Linda Mood Bell, The Wilson Reading
    Program, the Slingerland Multi-sensory Approach, and Recipe
    for Reading offer well-sequenced reading programs that
    assist individuals in learning to read. To practice
    principles, students often read long lists of words and
    perform activities that many children find boring. I have
    designed a series of card games that allow students to
    practice the fundamental principles that are common to each
    of these programs. Through fun, interactive games,
    teachers, learning specialists and even parents can achieve
    quick and enjoyable results. Enthusiastically, students can
    play with words as they use analytical abilities to
    actively engage in the material and directly apply the
    rules that are taught. Basic syllable types, vowel
    combination sounds, syllabication, affixes, and compound
    words can be practiced as students progress through any
    reading program. All of the games are multi-sensory and can
    be administered one-on-one or in groups.