Phonics Sounds and Rules for C, G and S

If you’ve read my letter sounds script, then you already know that C, G and S make two sounds. Today, I found a simple presentation that pairs the sounds that these consonants represent with the grammar rules that guide their use. Refer to this presentation when guiding kids through the “why” behind when to use hard C, G or S versus soft C, G or S.

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