The letter G is great. It’s unflaggingly gracious and genuinely not discouraging. It’s almost like magic. Why?
The letter G can make two different sounds: When it’s followed by the letters a, o, u, or a consonant, it’s pronounced with the hard sound /g/. And when the letter g is followed by the letters e, i, or y, it’s pronounced with the soft sound /j/.
This Storybots video generously sings about G. It’s one in their video playlist called Learn to Read with Storybots.
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