These syllable anchor charts will guide you through the syllable types (plus a bonus type). Learn the rules, items to look for, and tips on how to identify and split a syllable!
Posters included: closed, open, vc/v, magic e (cvce), vowel team, r-controlled, and consonant + le syllables.
*Note the bonus Vc-v syllable is where the word appear to be closed, such as seven, because there is only one consonant between the two vowels. However, in words like these the 1st syllable is actually open.
These posters accompany 8 units that guide students through the rules of syllabication with plenty of practice.
Syllable Type Practice:
Syllable Types: Closed
Syllable Types: Open
Syllable Types: VC/V
Syllable Types: Magic E
Four in a Row: Closed Syllables
Four in a Row: Open Syllables