“Jumping J Lends His Sound To Some Other Letters” is a story of how the sound of Jumping J jumps to some kind letters. Go Getter G agrees to use the (j) sound before the letters e ,i and y. Also, since English words do not end in the letter j, the letters dge and ge agree to make the (j) sound in the final position in words. Find out when trigraph dge is used in a word and when we only use the letters ge.
This is one of many phonics stories written to help students master the letter sounds and rules of our sometimes confusing English language. The phonics stories are appropriate for the primary grades and for students with dyslexia. If you want to teach our sounds and rules in an engaging way, these stories are for you.
If you are a dyslexia therapist, you may note that the stories follow a similar sequence to the Dallas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children’s Take Flight Curriculum. The Take Flight Curriculum is a comprehensive Intervention for Students with Dyslexia.
The stories are in a PowerPoint format. My suggestion is to read the stories with expression to the students as they view each screen. Stop and discuss the rule or situation. Complete your mini introduction or review lesson with the printable worksheet to practice the skill.
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