Kid-Friendly Syllable Rules

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Kid Friendly Syllable Rules - Forget the complicated rules that no one can remember or apply! These syllable rules will have your students decoding bigger words skillfully. A great addition to phonics instruction in second, third, or fourth grade
 

Honestly, I don’t ever keep in mind studying syllable guidelines once I was in class, and amazingly sufficient, I nonetheless realized how to read.  When I first began listening to about syllable guidelines (as a trainer) they have been sophisticated statements like, “with a CVC pattern, if the vowel is short then divide after the second consonant.”  Holy cow!  First, if I’ve a tough time memorizing a listing of wordy guidelines like that, how on the earth will kids memorize them?  Second, how would a child know if the vowel was lengthy or brief in the event that they weren’t in a position to sound out the phrase?

I believe syllable guidelines are solely worthwhile if they assist kids decode phrases.  I spent a while trying by way of syllable guidelines and choosing out those which are really usable to kids:

 

kid-friendly syllable rules free poster for decoding multisyllabic words, helpful for teaching phonics in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade #phonics #syllables #syllablerules #2ndgrade #3rdgrade #4thgrade

 

Now, identical to with all “rules” pertaining to the English language, they don’t work in all conditions, however they’re a minimum of one thing to get your kids occurring, and so they work in most conditions.

A bit additional rationalization:

One vowel sound per syllable: Sometimes two vowels crew up to make a single sound.  So, the phrase “bake” is just one syllable regardless that it has two vowels as a result of the a and the e work collectively to make one sound (the lengthy a sound).

 

I’ve packaged up this poster and an identical bookmark for you. Click HERE to get it at no cost!

 

FREE kid friendly syllable rules poster and bookmark, help students tackle the decoding of longer words with these tools! A great addition to phonics instruction in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade!

Ready to dive into kid-friendly syllable guidelines together with your class? Save your self a while with this exercise pack. Click HERE to test it out.

 

Syllable Rules Practice Activities ($) kid-friendly syllable rules that kids can use to help with decoding longer wordsSyllable Rules Practice Activities ($) kid-friendly syllable rules that kids can use to help with decoding longer wordsSyllable Rules Practice Activities ($) kid-friendly syllable rules that kids can use to help with decoding longer words

 

Multi-Syllabic Decoding Strategy

Here’s a approach to put the foundations collectively so as to decode multi-syllable phrases.

multisyllable decoding strategy to help kids decode long words #syllables #syllablerules #phonics #3rdgrade

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Hannah Braun

Hannah Braun
Hannah Braun is a former trainer with eight years of expertise within the classroom and a grasp’s diploma in early childhood training. She designs partaking, organized classroom resources for 1st-Third grade academics.