Houghton Mifflin Journeys
Unit 1 Lesson 1
Words can have one or more parts called syllables and each syllable has one vowel sound. Dividing words into syllables can help to read many words.
Directions: Print, cut and laminate. Students will match the two syllables to make the correct word. Then once, they have matched all words, they will record the completed word and identify the vowel sound in each syllable.
I have made two different recording forms. One that is a full page, can be laminated and used with white board markers, or copied and used with pencil, however you wish. The second recording page is a half page, if you are crazy about not making copies like me!
The cards could also be used as a memory or concentration game if the activity is finished early :)