Do your students need decoding passages for practicing consonant + le syllables? These Decodable Passages for consonant + le syllables were written to help your students learn how to decode fluently and confidently. Your beginning readers will love practicing decoding skills with these decodable phonics passages!
Do your students need decoding passages for practicing open syllables? These Decodable Passages for open syllables were written to help your students learn how to decode fluently and confidently.
Your beginning readers will love practicing decoding skills with these decodable phonics passages!
This summer resource for VCe practice has educational activities and worksheets that won’t have your children in front of a screen. You’ll find a variety of learning opportunities that will keep them active and motivated!
This syllabication resource was created to teach an introduction to open syllables with one and two syllable practice. It is compatible with the Orton-Gillingham approach, dyslexia intervention or other reading intervention programs. This resource may be used in a 1:1 setting, distance learning, online tutoring, online teaching, small group or even whole class, depending on your needs.
This syllable game is great multisensory practice for dividing VC/CVCE syllables with a fun pancake theme!
Welcome back everyone! We are in part 6 of this six part syllable series! Can you believe it? I feel like I have solidified so much of my own understanding about syllable instruction by sharing with all of you, so thank you! If you are new to this series… I’m so glad you’re here! Please…
Welcome back everyone! This is part five in my six part syllable series. I am having so much fun sharing this information about syllables with you!A few quick reminders: If you are new to this series: Please read part one and click here. Read part two and click here. Read part three and part four….
Hi everyone! I’m starting a six part series on teaching the six syllable types. Today I’m going to start with one of the easiest types to teach, the closed syllable. If you follow this series, you’ll want a copy of CLOVER, an acronym for the six syllable types. The syllable types are not introduced to…
Phonics Based Reader’s Theater Scripts for Syllable Types are PERFECT oral reading fluency practice while your students are practicing their phonics skills. They follow a progression to support your structured literacy lessons.