Orton-Gillingham Bundled Online Course

Tuesday, August 30, 2022 through Tuesday, December 13, 2022

OG Lesson 9 am – 10 am

Fix It!™ Grammar 9:15 am – 9:45 am

Cursive Handwriting 10 am – 10:30 am

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In this uniquely structured 30-week course broken up into two fifteen-week semesters, families will receive an hour Orton-Gillingham reading and spelling instruction, thirty minutes of grammar instruction, and thirty minutes of cursive handwriting instruction.   Google Classroom will be used for all course communications and to access class Zoom links.


  • Class size: 3 to 10 Families
  • Age: 7-15 (age is flexible, if you have questions, please contact me)

Class Schedule / Scope and Sequence


Orton-Gillingham Reading and Spelling (click + to view)


S1 Wk 1 Vowels and Consonants; Closed syllables, Short a and i
S1 Wk 2 Short e, o, u
S1 Wk 3 Initial c or k  /k/
S1 Wk 4 H Brothers (ch, ph, sh, th, wh)
S1 Wk 5 Spelling Generalization FLSZ
S1 Wk 6 Beginning Consonant Blends
S1 Wk 7 Ending Consonant Blends
S1 Wk 8 Syllable Division Pattern 1 (VC/CV)
S1 Wk 9 VCE Syllable
S1 Wk 10 Extended Syllable Division
S1 Wk 11 Final K Sound (c or ck)
S1 Wk 12 Compound Words
S1 Wk 13 When <s> says /z/
S1 Wk 14 Prefixes un- dis- non- mis
S1 Wk 15 Prefixes sub- trans-
S2 Wk 16 Open Syllable
S2 Wk 17 Nasal Blends (Caveman Sounds -ng and -nk)
S2 Wk 18 When <y> says long /i/ or long /e/
S2 Wk 19 Schwa (Mr. Lighning Man)
S2 Wk 20 Suffix -s or -es
S2 Wk 21 Suffix -ment -ness -ful -less
S2 Wk 22 Suffix -ful -less
S2 Wk 23 Suffix -ed (says /ud/ or /id/)
S2 Wk 24 Suffix -ed (says /d/ or /t/)
S2 Wk 25 Suffix -ing, -er, and -est
S2 Wk 26 Suffix 1-1-1 Rule
S2 Wk 27 Suffix -ly and -y
S2 Wk 28 Spelling Generalization -tch
S2 Wk 29 Spelling Generalization Soft c
S2 Wk 30 Spellng Generalization Soft g

Fix It! Grammar™ Nose Tree , Level 1 (click + to view)

S1 Wk 1 noun, capitalization, end mark punctuation, indentation, vocabulary
S1 Wk 2 article adjectives, vocabulary
S1 Wk 3 personal pronoun I, vocabulary
S1 Wk 4 noun, pronoun, article adjectives, vocabulary
S1 Wk 5 who/which clause, who/which clause, vocabulary
S1 Wk 6 homophones there/their/they’re, vocabulary
S1 Wk 7 possessive adjective, quality adjective, vocabulary
S1 Wk 8 preposition, vocabulary
S1 Wk 9 subject noun, subject pronoun, action verb, who/which clause, subject/verb pairs, who/which clause, vocabulary
S1 Wk 10 linking verb, adjective after linking verb, vocabulary
S1 Wk 11 helping verb, that clause, vocabulary
S1 Wk 12 exclamation mark, quotation marks, homophones to/two/too, vocabulary
S1 Wk 13 coordinating conjunction, strong verb, vocabulary
S1 Wk 14 adverb, -ly adverb, vocabulary
S1 Wk 15 -ly adverb, vocabulary
S2 Wk 16 capitalization within quotations, homophones its/it’s, vocabulary
S2 Wk 17 who/which clause, vocabulary
S2 Wk 18 noun, action verb, adjective, end mark punctuation, vocabulary
S2 Wk 19 apostrophe contraction, vocabulary
S2 Wk 20 capitalization within quotations, vocabulary
S2 Wk 21 adverb clause, vocabulary
S2 Wk 22 action, linking, and helping verbs, vocabulary
S2 Wk 23 numbers, vocabulary
S2 Wk 24 adjective, adverb, vocabulary
S2 Wk 25 preposition, vocabulary
S2 Wk 26 apostrophe contraction, vocabulary
S2 Wk 27 adverb clause, vocabulary
S2 Wk 28 quotation marks for punctuation and capitalization, vocabulary
S2 Wk 29 coordinating conjunction
S2 Wk 30 review, vocabulary

Cursive Handwriting (click + to view)

Lesson 1    Magic c Letters c, a, d, g
Lesson 2    h, t, p
Lesson 3    e, l, f
Lesson 4    Review & Master; Cursive to Cursive, Print to Cursive, and Spelling to Cursive
Lesson 5    u, y, i, j
Lesson 6    Review & Master; Cursive to Cursive, Print to Cursive, and Spelling to Cursive
Lesson 7    k, r, s
Lesson 8    Review & Master; Cursive to Cursive, Print to Cursive, and Spelling to Cursive
Lesson 9    Tow Truck Letters o, w, b, v; Tricky Connections after o, w, b, v
Lesson 10  Review & Master; Cursive to Cursive, Print to Cursive, and Spelling to Cursive
Lesson 11   m, n, x, q, z
Lesson 12   Capitals A, B, C, D, E, F
Lesson 13   Capitals G, H, I, J, K, L, M
Lesson 14   Capitals N, O, P, Q, R, S, T
Lesson 15   Capitals U, V, W, X, Y, Z


This course is designed to support parents in teaching their children reading, spelling, grammar, and cursive handwriting. Due to the unique set up of this course, a parent is require to attend class along with their children. Parents will reinforce the concepts taught throughout the week with sound drills, games, and workbook/worksheet assignments.

Class Description

This course is designed to meet the needs of homeschooling families who would like additional assistance in teaching their children with dyslexia or other learning differences language arts in a multisensory, systematic, accumulative approach to learning. The class will be divided into three segments: Orton-Gilliam reading and spelling lesson,  a grammar lesson, and a cursive handwriting lesson. Click the class names to read more about them: Fix It! Grammar™: The Nose Tree and cursive writing.


  • Students will improve their knowledge of reading, spelling, and English grammar.
  • Students will more easily identify the parts of a speech, parts of a sentence including punctuation, and parts of a paragraph.
  • Students will work on improving their penmanship skills as they copy letters, words, phrases, and sentences.
  • Students will gain confidence in their ability to read, write and spell.
  • Students will have increased their vocabulary by using new words in context.


Homework will be posted in the dedicated Google classroom after class each week.

Required Materials

  • Fix It!™ Grammar: Level 1 The Nose Tree  Student Book
  • Composition Notebook
  • Pens, Pencils, Highlighters, Colored Pencils
  • Optional: Sticky Notes
  • Handwriting Without Tears Cursive Handwriting Student Book
  • Lined practice paper (some printable lined paper will be provided in class)
  • Optional: small Dollar Tree Chalkboard, chalk, paint pens to draw lines on board
  • Blank (not lined) 3×5 or 4×6 index cards
  • Colored Printer for classroom concept worksheets and homework worksheets

Price / Refund Policy / Discount

$60 per week / $900 Semester A full refund will be issued for any reason up until to seven days before class starts after which time no refund will be granted. Example: Class starts Wednesday, April 27th. Refunds will be granted until Tuesday, April 19th at 11:59 pm Central. Debit card payment is greatly appreciated! When registering, you are agreeing to pay for the entire course broken down into four equal payments. The first of four equal payments is due upon registration. The remaining three equal payments will be due October 1, November 1, and December 1, 2022. An invoice will be emailed to you 14 days before payment is due.

“Wonderful teacher!” – B.


“It was a good class” -S. Morrison


“The instructor prepared her class really well. This class is a good intro to strong verbs. It will be very helpful to writing.” -J. Sun