Once I had chosen all of the worksheets I wanted, I created a workbook. I assembled them in the same order that the Handbook for Reading taught the sounds, and put them in a 3-ring binder. For example, I put all the "short a" worksheets together, then the "short e" worksheets. (I did keep a couple of each set aside for later review.) Each day, after she practiced reading the sounds, I would open up the "workbook" and have her work 2-3 pages.
After the letter sounds were learned, we moved on to blends, and then words. I kept searching online for things like "first grade reading worksheets" or "free blends worksheets" until I found what I was looking for.
Once she had the basic reading principles down, she needed practice. We found Project Gutenberg, a site with full books online for free reading. I printed some of these off for her notebook, and some she read on the computer.