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July 17, 2020 at 11:41 am #2702nellieAdministrator
Here’s how to find the free resources that come with each Nellie Edge Online Seminar: Simply scroll down to the END of each seminar to find the resources ready to download. For Handwriting (NEOS #2), you have free access to our complete and updated Kindergarten Handwriting program. (This is the same as the handwriting bundle available on TpT.) For Sight Words, aka “heart words” (NEOS #3), you also have free access to the complete program. (Again, this is the same as the Sight Word TpT bundle.)
Multisensory ABC and Phonics Immersion (NEOS #1) includes the complete MasterClass Intensive, parent letters, assessments, and many additional resources, which again you’ll find at the end of the seminar page. You can see a list here. There is not yet a TpT resource for comparison.
You already have the ABC Phonics: Sing, Sign, and Read! Family Reference Chart in your resources. You can also find it on the ABC Phonics page along with MANY other free ABC Phonics resources, the instructional videos for fingerspelling, and glimpses of our ABC Phonics program used in real classrooms.
The ABC Phonics: Sing, Sign, and Read! book and CD by Nellie Edge, published by Sign2Me, is a separate product and not available on my website. You can order this on Amazon.
Many teachers use NEOS #1 strategies to enhance their own district ABC Phonics program. They use the free Family Reference Chart as a resource to cut apart and attach to existing resources, such as their district ABC book. Other teachers decide to purchase the multicultural ABC Phonics: Sing, Sign, and Read! book for their class library. These are difficult times for small publishers, but I believe the book is usually available on Amazon, and I trust Sign2Me will reprint the popular ABC Phonics: Sing, Sign, and Read! Vertical Chart and the ABC Wall Cards as soon as possible.
Make these strategies routine in your classroom!
We sincerely hope you are planning to take these seminars for university credits. Teachers find they will often perform up to 45 hours of practicum projects in order to make these practices routine in their classroom. YOU deserve college credit for the best practices you will be implementing!
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