Open and Closed Syllable Practice for Two-Syllable Words has over 12 different activities and games to use during small group reading. All the games and activities focus on students reading and breaking apart two-syllable words.
This unit focuses on syllabic patterns for VCCV, VCV, VCCCV. Included are some consonant digraphs and blends, as well as some VCE patterns in one of the syllables. There are no vowel teams / vowel digraphs or irregular syllables in these activities. I have included -er, but it is the only r-controlled vowel. Activities for irregular syllables can be purchased separately.
Resources and activities include:
• Anchor Charts
• Syllable Cards and Word Cards
• Read Words by Syllables
• Fluency Strips
• Break Apart into Syllables
• Cut & Paste
• Roll & Spin
• Match Missing Syllable
• Flip Books (great for Interactive Notebooks!)
• Board Games
• Coloring Sheets
• Answer Keys
This unit is perfect for students who know how to read cvc and vce words, but struggle with two-syllable decoding.
Open & Closed Irregular Syllables
See the preview for a word list and description of all the included activities. Each activity approaches syllabication and two-syllable decoding slightly differently, but it all focus on reading words by syllables.
You might also like:
• Sight Word Practice
• Blending Cards Bundle
• Word Family Wheels
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