Understanding the closed and long-e syllable patterns helps readers know whether a vowel sound is long or short. Applying knowledge of syllable patterns to chunk words into more manageable parts helps students to read longer words with accuracy and fluency. This packet provides students with practice recognizing and reading closed and vowel silent-e syllables as part of an independent or small group activity.
• Center sign with student directions
• 3 sets of 20 color-coded closed syllable cards (2 versions for differentiation)
• Recording sheet
Students will sort and read Closed and Long Vowel Silent -e syllables, build and read 2-syllable words, and compose sentences with 2-syllable words.