Introduction to the definition of a syllable and the six syllable types (closed, open, silent E, R-controlled, vowel teams, and stable final). It offers an opportunity for students to actively take notes in class or in an intervention setting.
A syllable is a word or part of a word with ONE vowel sound.
We have SIX different types of syllables.
I love to give my students options so they can choose between drawing a picture to help them remember the syllable type or brainstorming words that match the syllable type.
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