Floss Rule - 5 Ways to Maximize Instruction

Earlier this week, we talked about how you can hit multiple learning targets with one game. If you missed it, go back and check it out here. In the blog and video we used our Crazy Floss game to meet multiple learning targets including:

Isolation (Sound or Letter), Decoding, Vocabulary, Writing Skills, and Morphology

We wanted to give you the opportunity to try it out yourself so this week only we are giving away our Crazy Floss Game!

In case you're not familiar with the Floss Rule:

Floss Rule

Whenever we have a closed syllable (a syllable with one vowel that is closed in by one more consonants) that specifically ends with an F, L, or S in this case you will double the F, L, or S if it's touching the vowel.

So in words like FLOSS you have one vowel, that ends in an S, that is touching the vowel and so you double the S. This applies to words like grass, fluff, bill, and so on.


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