Welcome to Multisensory Monday Sarah’s Spelling School! Today we tackle a difficult rule about doubling consonants when adding a suffix.
Please share ways you explain this to students and ideas for more practice!
111 Doubling Rule
If the base word
- Is 1 syllable
- Has 1 short vowel sound
- Has 1 consonant after the vowel
Then double the consonant when adding a vowel suffix.
badder, wetter, running, snapped, betting, flipped
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