Phonics lesson student worksheet: Spelling generalisation for ff ll ss zz





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This worksheet is for independent student practice of concepts taught in the phonics lesson for the ff ll ss zz spelling pattern (sometimes known as the ‘floss’ rule).

Who is this document for?

Foundation to Year 2 teachers; school leaders. 

What will you learn?

How to set up independent student practice for ff ll ss zz.

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