Do your students need help breaking down words?
One way to read big words is to break them into parts. When a word has a vowel, two consonants, and then another vowel, you can divide the word into syllables between the two consonants.
Common Core Objectives:
RF 1.3 d & e Use knowledge that every syllable must have a vowel sound to determine the number of syllables in a printed word. Decode two-syllable words following basic patterns by breaking the words into syllables.
This packet helps you teach and practice this important skill with your students.
Here is a closer look at what's included:
~ Syllabication Poster for your room
~ Teaching page - 20 word cards
~ Bubble Sort - Sorting words by Syllable Pattern- 2 recording sheets
~ Syllable Split - Splitting words into Syllables - recording sheet
~ Bubble Match - Matching Syllables to build words - recording sheet
~Syllabication Practice Page
~3 Syllabication Assessment pages - that can be used for practice or assessment
I hope you can use these activities in your classroom.
First Grade Fabulous Fish