Teaching multi-sensory reading with students in grades K-8, I wanted visuals I could put on the wall that wouldn’t look too primary, so I created these. There are 6 different types of syllables that make up the words in the English language: Closed, Open, Vowel-Consonant-e, R-Controlled, Consonant-l-e, and Double Vowel/Vowel Team. Knowing these syllable types makes decoding easier, especially for students who struggle in this area.
Enclosed are: The Six Syllables title page (will need trimming after printing) and one page for each of the syllable types, which includes the structure and components of each. Also included on each sheet are examples of words containing the syllable. I like having an individual page for each, because it makes it easier to find space to put them up.
There are 2 pages for the double vowel (marked with a D) or vowel team (marked with a V) syllable, since both of these names are used in teaching. Choose whatever name you use.
Please share any feedback on your purchase (what’s worked well, suggestions for improvements, concerns etc), and if you happen to find any mistakes, please let me know: LaLitLady@gmail.com