Phonics lesson student worksheet: Spelling generalisation for soft g and soft c





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This worksheet is for independent student practice of concepts taught in the phonics lesson for the soft g and soft c sounds (sometimes known as the ‘Gentle Cindy’ 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 the spelling generalisation for soft g and soft c.

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