Does decoding seem to get harder for your students after one syllable words? I know that my second graders definitely needed additional practice applying the phonics rules to words with 2 or more syllables.
I believe this is because syllable types and vowel sounds are most commonly taught with one syllable words. Children will eventually apply those same principles to multisyllabic words, but it's always a good skill to review!
This board game reviews r-controlled syllables in multisyllabic words.
Materials Needed: 1 Die, Game Players (mini erasers work well)
Other resources available for download on multisyllabic words as well:
Multisyllabic Board Games Bundle (Games Below are Included in the Bundle)
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