In this syllables worksheet, students observe words broken into syllables, count the syllables, and write the number of syllables on the lines in front of the words. Students write nine answers.
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Picture It In Syllables
Developing fluency in young readers is a long and difficult journey. This series of eight activities adds a little fun to the process as children play matching and board games, piece together puzzles, and make flip books. Covering a...
K - 4th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Phonics: Words with More Than One Syllable (CV/C) Rule A
Knowing basic phonics rules can help learners increase their reading accuracy, pronunciation, and spelling. Third graders practice breaking or chunking words based on the cv/c syllable rule. They take note of where to break each word,...
3rd English Language Arts
Haiku and Cinquain
As you introduce your scholars to haiku and cinquain poetry, give them plenty of opportunity to practice. This brief worksheet gives an example of each, then scaffolds the syllable breakdowns for writers to create two poems of their own...
3rd - 4th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Animal names are a great way to practice syllables with words your young scholars will be familiar with! Using images, students examine 7 animals and color in the number of paws that correspond with the number of syllables in that animal...
1st - 3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed