Have you heard of consonant-l-e words? They’re words like “sprinkle” (the consonant is k, followed by the letters “l” and “e”). “Juggle,” “hurdle,” and “simple” are 3 more examples. These words can be hard to teach! Interestingly, many of the words now spelled with an ending of “consonant-l-e” were not always like that. For instance, … Continue reading What Are Consonant-L-E Words? What Are Some Ideas for Teaching Consonant-L-E Words?
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