This language lesson is designed for 6 to 12-year-old children. It aims to guide them about the ‘G’ and ‘V’ Spelling Generalization.

The spelling rule states that the words in the English language never end with the alphabets ‘V’ or ‘J’. It is a soft G, combined with the letter E, which makes the ‘J’ sound. For example, badge, cage, age, etc. Similarly, the letter V is always combined with E, at the end of a word. For example, hive, live, gave, etc.

Repeat this activity by asking the child to practice the spelling generalization with different words of the English language as shown in the video.

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