Closed Syllable Activities for Small Group Reading w Orton Gillingham Strategies
Use this syllable types resource to teach closed syllables. Teaching syllable types and syllable practice will prepare your student for decoding multisyllabic words.
This syllabication resource was created to teach an introduction to closed syllables with one and two syllable practice. It is compatible with the Orton-Gillingham approach, with students who have dyslexia, dyslexia intervention or other reading intervention programs. This resource may be used in a 1:1 setting, small group or even whole class, depending on your needs.
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Are you looking for meaningful and engaging small group reading activities to teach closed syllables? This activity pack will help you explicitly teach what a closed syllable is in a structured approach. Your students will LOVE learning from these closed syllable activities.
Teaching syllable types and syllable practice will prepare your student for decoding multisyllabic words. These closed syllable activities are PERFECT addition to any class or lesson plans for teachers using Orton-Gillingham lessons. However, they can also be used for anyone following the Science of Reading and a structured literacy approach. Using these fun syllable activities is a great way to help young children with their reading skills.
Included with these closed syllable activities:
- Syllable Types Mini-posters for closed syllables
- Syllable Types Word Lists for closed syllables
- Syllable Types Teacher Word Cards for closed syllables
- Sliders and/or Puzzle Pieces
- 2-3 games for decoding, encoding, and identifying syllables
- Decodable Passages and Fluency Sentence Strips
- Sorting and Marking Syllables
❤️This syllable type resource was created as a fun way to teach an introduction to closed syllables with one and two syllable practice. Students will learn to decipher the correct number of syllables. These closed syllable activities were designed for small group reading sessions for students who have dyslexia, dyslexia intervention or other reading intervention programs. Using these fun activities is the best way to help young readers improve their literacy skills and understand the concept of syllables.
Use this Orton-Gillingham closed syllable resource for teaching syllables in a:
✅Small group reading intervention
✅Whole class lessons , depending on your needs.
⭐️Please be sure to download the preview FIRST to decide if these literacy activities will suit the needs of your students.
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