This is the tenth letter of the English alphabet. It came into existence during the Middle Ages. Until more modern times, 17th century, it was pronunciation the same way as the letter i. The sound from this letter is often confused by and complicated by the pronunciation of the letter g. This letter has a history of not getting much love. It might be because it was the last letter to be added to the alphabet. So it is the youngest sibling of all the other letters. Fun fact about this consonant it is the only letter of the alphabet not to be present on the Periodic Table of Elements that.
Nobody said teaching would be easy, but the 16 worksheets that comprise the Easy Teacher Consonant J series of worksheets certainly ease the burden placed on teachers. With online access, you will connect each student with the worksheet that best meets his or her learning needs. Grammar rules like past and present subjunctives expand the communication skills of each student in the classroom. The best part is learning does not end once the bell rings at the end of the day. Your students can use the worksheets at home to learn more about the consonant J. Jump ahead of your teaching peers by going online to teach students about the consonant J, as well as several important grammar rules.