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The greatest gift


Student with Dyslexia

can get is a 

Supportive Teacher

who understands the importance of using

the right kind of learning resources!

That's where we come in!

Our goal is to provide teachers and students with a selection of reading and writing resources to ensure they have what they need to learn how to read!

We've started with two books to help develop your own reading program, using the skills I learned at The Orton-Gillingham Academy and as a teacher, tutor and mentor. I spent years putting this information together so you don't have to, and I assure you they will be a valuable asset to your curriculum. They are:


The Ultimate Guide: Teaching Phonics to Struggling Readers and Those with Dyslexia


The Student Guide: Learning Phonics the Easy Way

I look forward to bringing you more tools and resources in the future. I am currently working on a selection of cards, games, downloadable worksheets, and more. Be sure to subscribe to my email, and you will be the first to learn about each product as they roll out. 

Thank you so much for your interest in the products. Inside you'll learn a little about me and gain some additional insight into

The Orton-Gillingham Approach. 

Maryann Chatfield

Fellow of The Orton-Gillingham Academy


Traci P., MS, Special Education Teacher, Powhatan, VA

"This book is an excellent reference to have nearby when using the Orton-Gillingham Approach. It explains all parts of the lesson, provides tips and tricks for teaching each of the concepts and gives word lists and visual cues for each phoneme. I highly recommend this resource for any Orton-Gillingham teacher!"

Valdine, Winnipeg, Canada

"I have just purchased The Ultimate Guide to Teaching
Phonics, and I am so relieved to have this resource. It
provides clear and concise procedures for introducing
and practicing each beginner level OG lesson as well
as example words and activities. It is very easy to follow
and will come in handy to make sure my lessons are
effective, organized, and well sequenced."

Shana, Associate Director for Education and Pedagogy at a
private, special education school in Manhattan

"I just got the book. It's AMAZING! Thank you so much
for creating it. If anyone isn't sure whether or not they
want to invest in it, please let them know as a learning
specialist, I found it to be an invaluable tool."

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