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1 Spelling Lesson 14 Spelling the /j/ Sound bridge damage judge manage lodge bandage badge garbage cabbage package wedge cottage ledge luggage edge voyage carriage pledge image average Spelling Tip The /j/ sound is often spelled ge, and dge.

2 Write the words Write the Core Words in which the /j/ sound is spelled ge Write the Core Words in which the /j/ sound is spelled dge Write the Challenge Words. Circle the letters that spell the /j/ sound. bridge damage judge manage lodge bandage badge garbage cabbage package wedge cottage ledge luggage edge voyage carriage pledge image average

3 bridge damage judge manage lodge bandage badge garbage cabbage package wedge cottage ledge luggage edge voyage carriage pledge image average The King and the Cook The King put on his silver ( 1 ) saying KING as soon as he got up. “Otherwise, people might forget who I am,” he thought. Today the King was to be the ( 2 ) of a difficult problem. The cook made the most delicious ( 3 ) and peppers in the kingdom. But now she refused to cook anymore. She would not even take out the ( 4 ) after dinner. As the cook packed her ( 5 ), she said good-bye to the King.

4 bridge damage judge manage lodge bandage badge garbage cabbage package wedge cottage ledge luggage edge voyage carriage pledge image average And so it came to be that the cook went away. She left the little ( 6 ) where she had lived so long. From then on the King was most unhappy. He would not use the ( 7 ) to cross the river anymore. He would not visit the hunting ( 8 ). He would not even put a ( 9 ) on the cut he got from the ( 10 ) of a knife when he opened a ( 11 ). He would only lean on the window ( 12 ) and gaze out the window sighing. “What awful ( 13 ) to my life the cook has caused by leaving,” he thought. “Now all I have to eat is raw cabbage from the garden. But I cannot ( 14 ) to eat even one more ( 15 ) of it.”

5 bridge damage judge manage lodge bandage badge garbage cabbage package wedge cottage ledge luggage edge voyage carriage pledge image average Action Words Sometimes the final e is dropped before adding –ing to a word. Write each word adding the ending –ing to show action that is happening now. 16. damage19. judge 17. lodge 20. bandage 18. manage

6 bridge damage judge manage lodge bandage badge garbage cabbage package wedge cottage ledge luggage edge voyage carriage pledge image average Look, Listen, and Write Write the Core Words that fit the descriptions Seven words that have one syllable Three words with double consonants 11. The word that begins with a consonant blend Two words that rhyme with edge

7 bridge damage judge manage lodge bandage badge garbage cabbage package wedge cottage ledge luggage edge voyage carriage pledge image average Fit the Words Use the clues to write the Core Words that fit in the boxes.

8 bridge damage judge manage lodge bandage badge garbage cabbage package wedge cottage ledge luggage edge voyage carriage pledge image average Make a poster that could be put up around the kingdom. Use at least four Core Words from this lesson. Help the king find a new cook.

9 bridge damage judge manage lodge bandage badge garbage cabbage package wedge cottage ledge luggage edge voyage carriage pledge image average Here is one student’s poster. Find four misspelled words and write them correctly.


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