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Our Approach

Multisensory Reading
Making Reading Make Sense

The Orton-Gillingham methodology is an approach that teaches students to read, write and spell in a systematic, sequential and multi-sensory way.


  • Systematic means that the organization of material follows the logical order of the language.

  • Sequential means instruction begins with simple concepts and progresses to more difficult concepts.

  • Multi-sensory means lessons access the kinesthetic, visual and auditory learning pathways to capitalize on your child’s strengths and remediate their deficits.


Structured Literacy incorporates five key components: phonological awareness, phonics (Orton-Gillingham), fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. Along with the Orton-Gillingham methodology, we incorporate these key components into every lesson to ensure your student is receiving a balanced literacy approach.


Lessons are designed to pique interest and fully engage students in the learning process. 


Why Multi-Sensory Reading?


  • Diagnostic

  • Sequential and cumulative

  • Builds confidence

  • Hands on

  • Makes reading make SENSE

  • Fun and engaging

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