Orton Gillingham Mama
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I’m Pryor Rayburn, also known as Orton Gillingham Mama
I’m passionate about Structured Literacy, the science of reading, the Orton Gillingham approach, and being a mom to two great kids. As a Fellow-in-Training with the Orton Gillingham Academy, I help train educators in the Orton Gillingham approach. I also create quality resources to help educators teach students in an engaging manner that follows the science of reading.
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A few of the resources I offer
Real and Nonsense
133 NO PREP word lists for reading and spelling of all the phonemes and phonics spelling rules.
Reading Comprehension Decodable Passages
73 decodable stories that cover all phonics skills and all levels of comprehension.
Phonological Awareness Drills and Assessment
400 days of PA lessons & Pre and Post PA Assessments of ALL phonological awareness skills
Unlocking the Science of Reading: How Parents Can Support Their Child’s Reading
As the summer months approach, parents often wonder how they can support their child’s reading progress during the break from school. The science of reading provides valuable insights into the foundational skills necessary for reading success. By understanding the importance of phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension, parents can empower their children to become…
Science of Reading Myths
It is a new year and I hope you will join me in learning more about the science of reading. Our journey should not be one of confirming what we already know about reading or validating our experiences. Instead, consider what it would mean to change your approach to reading instruction based on scientific facts. …
Sight Word Activities
Learn how to make high frequency words sight words by using them in context.
Sight Words: A Cognitive Approach
Students should analyze the phoneme-grapheme relationships of a word, it’s meaning, syllable type, spelling pattern, morphemic parts, and etymology to help make it a sight word!