Decoding Multisyllabic Words MEGA Bundle (Syllable Types) Science of Reading

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    Multisyllabic words can be difficult for struggling readers in 4th and 5th grade. Many students need explicit instruction to help them break down, decode, and read multisyllabic words.

    The Decoding Multisyllabic Words MEGA Bundle (with a focus on syllable types) is the perfect solution for your students.

    This bundle includes all of the resources your students need to become successful with reading multisyllabic words by finding and reading syllable types.

    Decoding Multisyllabic Words MEGA Bundle - Resources Included:

    1. Multisyllabic Words Practice: Syllable Types - Use this resource to introduce your students to the syllable types and explicitly teach each one with easy-to-use practice printables (or digital slides). The systematic approach is cumulative with each type building on one another as the students learn the different types.

    2. Multisyllabic Words Games and Activities - After using the practice printables, use these activities to engage students in practice with the same words. Using these will ensure your students are practicing with words they can successfully decode and break down into syllable types. This resource is PRINTABLE only!

    3. Syllable Type Sorts: Single and Multisyllabic Words - This hands-on (or interactive digital) sorting resource is the perfect supplement to use while you are teaching the syllable types. Perfect for students who need a hands-on approach for added engagement.

    4. Making Words: Syllable Types Warmups - Continually review syllable types and practice encoding (spelling) with these engaging warmups. Digital + printable!


    5. Decodable Syllable Type Passages - Isolated practice with words is necessary but will only get you (and your students) so far. Use these decodable passages with a focus on syllable types to help your students transfer their new skills to connected text. Scripted lesson plans are included to help you make the most of the passages. This resource is PRINTABLE only!

    6. Decoding Multisyllabic Words Task Cards with Syllable Support - Once you have taught all of the syllable types, use these task cards (or digital slides) to help students transfer their skills to 3+ syllable words with schwas. This will help them learn to be flexible when decoding words.

    7. Decoding Multisyllabic Words Task Cards with Affixes - Once students have mastered syllable types and being flexible when decoding, they are ready for the ultimate decoding strategy that has them also looking at morphemic word parts (prefixes and suffixes) to help them decode. This set of practice (with a teaching presentation) teaches students a flexible strategy for using affixes and syllable types to decode.

    What's Next After Syllable Instruction? Morphology! Click here to check out all of my morphology resources!

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