Are your students ready to make the jump from decoding one-syllable to two-syllable words? Words with two "closed" syllables (also called VCCV pattern words) are the perfect place to start. When dividing a word with two closed syllables (syllables with a short vowel followed by a consonant), students will divide between the two consonants, such as in rab/bit and in/sect.
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Phonics by Design Two Syllable Words Unit BUNDLE
This mini unit includes:
► 5 days of detailed lesson plans
► Color and B&W pocket chart word and picture cards
► Pocket chart fluency sentences
► Differentiated student fluency sentences
► Writing practice
► 14 pages of independent student practice
► Matching game
► Sorting flapbook
Clear images, readable fonts, and easily decodable words make these materials accessible to all students, including ELLs and students with IEPs. This mini unit is ideal for small group instruction, RTI, or a special education setting.
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