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Old 06-26-2019, 07:49 AM
 
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I’m a reading specialist and use O-G model for multiple groups a day. Are there specific materials you are concerned about?

I have multiple sets of cards for the 3 part drill - one set per group. I have a plastic tub for all of the cards each group hasn’t gotten to (rubberbanded together in sets and labeled with a sticky note). I have another smaller tub that sits by my blending board where I keep the current cards for each group and their hand visual for pounding/tapping spelling.

I have plastic crayon boxes (for 24 crayons) with just red and just green crayons. I use a bathroom organizer for other hand held manipulatives (vowel intensive sticks, magic e sticks). I keep sand trays in my shelf unit where I have the box of materials for each group. The group boxes have student notebooks, connected text, and the folder I use for data collection.

I also have a file cabinet drawer where i keep sensory materials for sound writing (sandpaper, cut up bath mat, plastic grids, etc) along with other random materials like stamps, beads, etc.

Everything but the tub of unused cards and the file cabinet drawer are easily and quickly accessible by me or the students for when we need them.

Hope this helps!
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