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*I didn't know there were rules. This will make it much easier for my students! Rules for when to use K or C :) I always wondered! (I'm loving learning about the Orton-Gillingham approach!

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These are two posters highlighting what vowels make g and c soft and hard. It's a great tool to use when teaching or keep as a reference when students are spelling and reading unfamiliar words. I hope you enjoy these!

Low-carb, blood sugar friendly breakfast muffin recipe. This is free from any nasty additives and will keep you full until lunch!

(Minus the bacon)Low-carb, blood sugar friendly breakfast muffin recipe. This is free from any nasty additives and will keep you full until lunch!

Low-carb, blood sugar friendly breakfast muffin recipe. This is free from any nasty additives and will keep you full until lunch!

(Minus the bacon)Low-carb, blood sugar friendly breakfast muffin recipe. This is free from any nasty additives and will keep you full until lunch!

tutorial for making a foldable to learn contractions or compound words

Here is a simple foldable, that students can make, to demonstrate compound words. You can also use this same foldable to show contractions. All you need is paper, scissors, and pencils. Good for Stage 1 and Stage