This is a multisensory infused PDF resource focusing on final consonant c-le. Includes higher level concepts including identification of other syllable types in the first syllable, of two-syllable words. This is the last of syllable types to present to students since c-le requires individuals have the prior knowledge needed to develop the skill.
Fun activities are included in this resource to further develop skills. This particular resource will be great as part of a literacy center, or to use when there is a substitute covering your class.
Answer Key included.
If you would like to see other multisensory resources, then please click on the hyperlinks:
Know the Code: Basic Prefixes and Suffixes
40+ Do Now Activities The Orton Gillingham Way
M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)
Key Terms: syllable types; reading; writing; Dyslexia; Turner Syndrome; gifted and talented; special education; Orton Gillingham instruction; OG; IMSLEC; decoding; encoding; fluency; comprehension; spelling;multisensory; Wilson Reading; Orton Society