Have you ever been working with students who are starting to be great readers, but struggle with multisyllabic words.
This bundle includes my Baking Up Multi-Syllabic Words Pack and my Beach Breaks Multi-Syllables Activities Pack, as well as a syllable type mini-unit. If so, from my Baking Up Multi-Syllabic Words pack, here are 56 pages of segmentation (chunking), manipulation, and blending activities to help your students learn how to read. With these activities students use the baking analogy (words are made of syllables (chunks) - or ingredients - that are put together to "bake" words)
•Counting Syllables Word Cards Using Two, Three, and Four Syllable Words (boxes to put counters in for each syllable in a word)
•Syllable Bakeoff – Students draw three syllable cookie cards (one of each cookie type) and create multisyllabic words. Students can use the graphic organizers to record whether the words are real or nonsense words. There are two variations on how to play.
•3 Board Games and Cards to play sorting, blending, and segmenting syllable activities. These activities include 4 different activities that can be played with the games (from syllable sorts, to blending syllables from words to create new multisyllabic words).
•Syllable Word Drills (using the 175 most used syllables in English Language)
From my Beach Break Multi-Syllable Word Activities Pack:
Fun beach themed multi-syllable activities based on the 175 most used syllables in the English language. Activities include:
-Syllable Type Sort: Activity where students sort the 72 most used syllables in the English Language by their syllable type.
-Beach Break Nonsense Multi-Syllable Game: Activity includes 36 multi-syllable word cards made up from the list of the 175 most used syllables in the English language that students can read.
-Beach Break Multi-Syllable Board Game with game cards where students draw cards to create multi-syllable words and sort words by real or non-sense categories.
-Beach Ball Roll-A-Syllable Activity - Students roll a dice three times and chose a syllable from each dice category to create a real or non-sense multi-syllable word.