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        Two Sounds of -g-

        This resource group teaches students that the consonant "g" makes two sounds: the hard "g" as found in "goal," and the soft "g" as found in "gem." Further, they will learn how to determine which sound the "g" is making by looking at its placement within a word.

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        Sort it Out: -g-

        In this round of Sort it Out, players must sort "g" words into columns depending on whether the "g" makes the "hard g" sound as found in "goal," or the "soft g" sound as found in "gem."

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        Music Man: Hard & Soft -g-

        In this clip, the Music Man sings about the hard "g" and soft "g" consonant sounds.

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        Prankster Cam: Hard & Soft -g-

        In this clip, Danny explains that the letter "g" can make the same sound as "j," especially when it comes before "e," "i," or "y."

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        Sound Out: Gargling

        In this clip, the mouth decodes the word "gargling," explaining that, since neither "g" comes before an "e," "i," or "y," they both make the hard "g" sound.

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        Music Video: Soft -g-

        In this clip, Mario musically explains that the soft "g" is usually immediately followed by an "i," an "e," or a "y."

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