This Science of Reading-aligned Six Syllable Types (closed, open, vowel + consonant + e, vowel team, r-controlled, consonant +le) resource comes with everything you need for teaching syllable types to your kindergarten and first-grade students! Research shows us that teaching students the six syllable types helps them to decode bigger, more complex words and become more effective readers!
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Use the digital teaching slides for whole group guided instruction when first introducing syllable types.
Next, work with small groups of students on decoding one syllable, two syllable, and three syllable words by using the small group printables.
When students begin to master different syllable types, they can practice independently by using the printable practice sheets or digital practice slides.
Use the included syllable-type posters at a center or designated place in your classroom where students can reference them as needed.
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- Scope & sequence of syllable types
- Information for the teacher and additional resources links
- Teaching posters for each syllable type with definitions and examples
- Teaching slides for 72 words (Google Slides)
- 30 small group or center printables w/ student self-check
- 30 Independent student practice printables
- 59 digital slides for independent student practice (Google Slides)
- Seesaw images are included if you’d like to upload activities – this is not a premade Seesaw activity
See what teachers are saying about this Syllable Types Teaching Resource:
“Thank you for this awesome syllable types resource! I’ve been looking for syllable activities and resources for a while and I love the posters. They’re great visuals for my students!”
“I love this resource as it can be used whole group or small group, has slides AND printables, and the kids are engaged during the lesson.”
“I love this resource! It is so helpful when teaching syllables. Each activity can be used in small groups or as independent work during literacy stations. This resource really helped my students understand syllables and syllable division, and they had fun completing the activities.”