“Syllable Showdown - Open Syllable Resources” was designed to help you introduce and reinforce closed syllables in your elementary classroom.
I was first introduced to syllabication when I taught in a small special education school for children with language-based learning disabilities; however, I have found that my knowledge and training with teaching syllables has proved useful throughout my
teaching career across multiple (and very different!) settings.
In this packet, you will find resources that introduce and reinforce the concept of open syllables.
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1. Open Syllable Opera (Practice with One Syllable Open Syllables)
2. Reading and Reinforcing Open Syllables Student Cards
3. Marking Up Open Syllables – Teacher/Student Try Boards + Mark It Up Printables
4. Strategy: Flip The Vowel Sound + Sorting Cards
5. Making the Cut – Dividing Multisyllabic Words + Printables
6. Syllable Shake Up –Hearing and Writing Syllables Visual Cards
7. Open Syllable Vs. Not Open Syllable Sort
8. Open Syllable Vs. Closed Syllable Sort
9. Silly Open Syllables – Dividing Multisyllabic Nonsense Words (V/CV)
10. Open Syllable Slap (Practice distinguishing open syllables)
11. Open Syllable CCSS Aligned Assessments to guide your syllable instruction
Are you looking for syllable type activities and resources? Click below to see my other syllabication resources and check back often for new additions!
1. Syllabication Overview and Resources
2. Closed Syllables
3. Magic E Syllables
4. R-Controlled Syllables
5. Vowel Team Syllables
6. Vowel Diphthong Syllables
7. Consonant -le Syllables
8. Syllable Type Bundle