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The Gillingham Manual & Materials

Remedial Training for Children with Specific Disability in Reading, Spelling, and Penmanship
Ungraded

By: Anna Gillingham, Bessie W. Stillman

Orton-GillinghamFor over 50 years, the Orton-Gillingham approach has been the most crucial and significant reading intervention designed specifically for children and adults with dyslexia and other reading difficulties. Based on the extensive research of neurologist Dr. Samuel Orton and teacher Anna Gillingham, the Orton-Gillingham approach uses visual, auditory, and kinesthetic associations to help students learn sound-symbol relationships.

The Orton-Gillingham approach is extremely flexible. It is used in schools, language clinics, and tutoring centers around the world. Reading specialists and special education teachers often use Orton-Gillingham in small group or one-on-one tutoring situations. This multisensory reading intervention is an unsurpassed tool for preventing and remediating reading difficulties.

Training Required
It is recommended that teachers receive training before implementing the Orton-Gillingham approach. For more training information, visit www.ortonacademy.org.

Introductory Course
EPS is now offering a 10-hour online introductory course, Dyslexia: An Introduction to the Orton-Gillingham Approach. Upon completion, participants are eligible for Subscriber Level Membership in the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators. Visit training.epsbooks.com for more information.

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Skills Addressed
• History of the English language
• Sound-symbol relationships
• Letter formation
• Spelling generalizations
• Dictionary use
• Short and long vowel sounds
• Digraphs
• Diphthongs
• Affixes and roots
• Word structure
• Consonant sounds
• Decoding and encoding words

Pricing for The Gillingham Manual & Materials

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Grade Range
Pricing
1–5 6+
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Subtotal
200-W1 Gillingham Manual (green, 8th Edition)
1–5 pricing: 78.75
6+ pricing: 55.15
Gillingham Manual (green, 8th Edition)

The Orton-Gillingham approach is the most crucial and significant reading intervention designed specifically for students with dyslexia and other reading difficulties. The Gillingham Manual is the backbone of this approach.

The Orton-Gillingham approach is extremely flexible and can be used with individuals or small groups. In this multisensory phonics technique students first learn the sounds of letters, and then build these letter-sounds into words. They progress to advanced structural elements such as syllable types, roots, and affixes. Students use auditory, visual and kinesthetic associations to remember concepts.

The Gillingham manual covers reading and spelling (including a history of the English Language that helps explain some of its curious spellings and pronunciations), training for older students, acquiring familiarity with sound symbols, writing, spelling patterns, and generalizations, handwriting, and dictionary technique.

Skills Addressed

• History of the English language
• Sound-symbol relationships
• Letter formation
• Spelling generalizations
• Dictionary use
• Short and long vowel sounds

• Digraphs
• Diphthongs
• Affixes and roots
• Word structure
• Consonant sounds
• Decoding and encoding words
Ungraded 78.75 55.15
202-W1 Phonics Drill Cards (170 Cards)
1–5 pricing: 45.00
6+ pricing: 31.50

These phonetic cards are designed for use with an Oron-Gillingham approach to reading instruction. They also make a great addition to any multisensory reading program. The cards are organized into three sets of separately numbered cards, each set designated by a color. White indicates consonant phonograms; salmon indicates vowel phonograms; and yellow indicates sound symbols for spelling. The word and the sound symbol of the phonogram are printed on the back of the card. The teacher pronounces the sound, and the student names the letter or letters that spell the sound. One pack is recommended for each student.


Ungraded 45.00 31.50
206-W1 Phonetic Word Cards (610 cards)
1–5 pricing: 90.00
6+ pricing: 63.00
Phonetic Word Cards (610 cards) Contains 610 cards for use with any Orton-Gillingham based approach to reading instruction and are a great addition to any multisensory reading program. The cards are divided into 43 groups of phonic sounds. Single words and detached syllables are used to exemplify the important patterns and generalizations found in reading and spelling. The cards can be used for decoding practice, to introduce spelling rules and generalizations, or for dictation. They are organized sequentially beginning with CVC words and moving on to spelling generalizations, syllabication, and word structure. One case per student is recommended.

Skills Addressed
• Sound-symbol relationships
• Spelling generalizations
• Syllabication
• Short and long vowel sounds
• Digraphs
• Diphthongs
• Affixes and roots
• Word structure
• Consonant sounds
• Decoding and encoding words
Ungraded 90.00 63.00
210-W1 Little Stories
1–5 pricing: 26.50
6+ pricing: 18.55
Little Stories is a compilation of small booklets of phonetically controlled short stories that follow the Orton-Gillingham sequence and can be used to reinforce the O-G method. There are 7 booklets in the following groups:
• Group I: 2 booklets, Tom and Jip and Fat Sam
• Group II:1 booklet, Ted and Kip
• Group III 1 booklet containing 2 stories, Jake and Kate and Sam and Jane
• Group IV 3 booklets, The Little Red Hen, Much Fun, and Tim Tadpole

Little Stories also comes with a set of cards with additional short stories printed on them for each group. These stories can be used for fluency practice and are especially useful for struggling readers or those students with language-based learning disabilities.


Skills Addressed
• Sound-symbol relationships
• Short and long vowel sounds
• Digraphs
• Consonant sounds
• Decoding connected text
Ungraded 26.50 18.55
324-W1 Affix and Root Cards
1–5 pricing: 39.40
6+ pricing: 27.60
Affix and Root Cards This series of 132 color-coded cards is designed to reinforce students' decoding and vocabulary knowledge, A prefix, root, or suffix is presented on one side of a card and defined on the back. Green-edged cards show Anglo-Saxon prefixes and suffixes; orange-edged cards show Latin prefixes, roots, and suffixes; and blue-edged cards show Greek word elements.

Skills Addressed
• Affixes and roots
• Word structure
• Etymology
Ungraded 39.40 27.60
8202-W1 Class Set
1–5 pricing: 169.50
6+ pricing: —

The class set includes:

 1 Gillingham Manual
1 set of Phonics Drill Cards
1 set of Phonetic Word Cards
1 set of Affix & Root Cards



Ungraded 169.50
8203-W1 Complete Card Set
1–5 pricing: 116.75
6+ pricing: —
Complete Card Set

Save over 30%
Save 30% over the cost
of the individual card sets!

The complete card set includes:

1 set of Phonics Drill Cards
1 set of Phonetic Word Cards
1 set of Affix & Root Cards


Ungraded 116.75
Total $0.00
Orton-Gillingham

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Orton-Gillingham This program incorporates the Orton-Gillingham approach. This instructional methodology is language-based, multisensory, structured, sequential, cumulative, cognitive, and flexible. Learn more »