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Rules for when to use K or C :) I always wondered!! (I'm loving learning about the Orton-Gillingham approach!)

write contractions down on caps and then have students create sentences with the contractions they chose. Then have the rest of the class identify what the contraction in each sentence is and what two words make up the contraction.

Students can practise the spelling of words which consist of silent letters. This is a fun way to engage the student and get them involved!

Five For Friday Wrap-Up!

Play tic tac toe with spelling words... to play, students have to repeatedly write the sight word... fun way to practice!

Between the Lions: "When Two Vowels Go Walking" my favorite phonics video, it will get stuck in your head all week! Your students' too!