Why is the word "cat" spelled with a c and "kitten" spelled with a k? Many children, and even adults, don't know why we use one letter over the other when spelling words. This short video takes the mystery out of c and k and teaches just ONE easy rule to remember.
Reading Horizons At-Home online software uses an Orton-Gillingham based approach to help children, teenagers, and adults learn to read. This step-by-step approach teaches readers how to do the following:
- Make connections between letters and sounds.
- Break reading and spelling down into smaller skills
- Decode and pronounce multisyllabic words