I wanted to remind current Blue Cottage Tutoring families that I offer an online tutoring option. As we see more confirmed cases of Covid-19 parents may be interested in an option that doesn't require in person meetings. I've offered remote lessons via skype and zoom for several years. This can be a great option for… Continue reading Online Tutoring Available
Scheduling Now for the New School Year!
Reading Tutoring in the Binghamton, NY Area I'm starting to book fall tutoring. I tutor in the greater Binghamton, NY area as well as Owego and Windsor. I also offer online tutoring. I have only a few open spots. Contact me for more information.
Summer is a great time to focus on reading! I offer several summer tutoring options. Contact me soon to get on my schedule.
Blue Cottage Tutoring Online!
Online tutoring now available!
Winter Break Schedule for tutoring
TpT Cyber Sale
Everything in my TpT shop is on sale November 26-27. Stock up on reading resources for your Orton Gillingham type lessons. I have lots of games, spelling units, syllable type units, and so much more! All my materials were developed for my own students. They work great for tutoring, homeschools, and small group work. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Blue-Cottage-Reading
Openings for Tutoring!
If you are looking for a reading tutoring in the Broome County NY area contact me. I have just a few more openings in my tutoring schedule.
Tactile Practice in a Multisensory Lesson
Rough boards add a multisensory aspect to both the phonogram drill and sight word practice in an Orton Gillingham type lesson. My standard rough board is a sheet of plastic canvas. It is easy to find, inexpensive and versatile. I have enough sheets so that all students in my small groups can have one. I… Continue reading Tactile Practice in a Multisensory Lesson
Sand paper letter rubbings
Textured letter cards are a staple in many preschool and kindergarten classrooms. They can be used in many ways to add a multisensory aspect to instructions. I have a 30 year old homemade set that I'm still using. One of my very favorite ways to use them is to do rubbings. This is… Continue reading Sand paper letter rubbings
I usually avoid fly swatter games in my small groups. I know they are popular but they can get crazy and someone often gets swatted by accident. I dislike ending my classes with a student in tears! However, this game works pretty well. I have two versions depending on the group of kiddos I'm working… Continue reading Digraph Swat!