There are 15 pink picture cards representing 2 syllable words. Each word is 2 syllable with the first syllable closed, and the second closed with silent e (VC/CVCe). Students make the word on the picture card by matching the blue (beginning syllable) card, and the yellow (ending syllable) card.

There are 15 pink picture cards representing 2 syllable words. Each word is 2 syllable with the first syllable closed, and the second closed with silent e

Teach decoding with syllable rules. Sometimes students need extra decoding strategies to see understand how words are formed and read. Here is a free syllable rules poster that shows 6 tips students can use to decode words using knowledge of syllables. General Rules for Decoding with Syllables There are 6 ways young readers in first …

Decoding with Syllables: Free Poster

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Six Kinds of Syllables

Why is it important to teach syllables? When readers break words into syllables, the words become easier to decode. Learning about syllabl.

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Hunting for Nouns, Verbs, and Adjectives

Hunting for Nouns, Verbs, and Adjectives

Hunting for verbs word search. Find the verb in the sentence then in the word search

FREEBIE!!! CVC vs CVCe Long Vowel vs Short Vowel, Silent e word fluency center game

FREEBIE!!! CVC vs CVCe Long Vowel vs Short Vowel, Silent e word fluency center game

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