There are 6 syllable types in reading, and final stable syllable is one of the six types. The activities/games can be placed in language stations, or they can be played during small groups. So enjoy as your students learn another way to break the code to reading! 1. Syllable Match- Up 2. Which Final Stable Sound? 3. 13 Final Stable Vowel Booklets 4. SyllableDivide 5. Riddle Fiddles 6. Syllable Picture Sort 7. Dab the Final Stable Picture 8. Sweet Shop Hop Game Board 9. WAR 10. Got It!
Reading Street Common Core Supplement for First Grade Cinderella Unit 4.2 Color-By-Word - Spelling Words - FreebieI hope your students enjoy this Reading Street supplement for the first grade story CINDERELLA (Unit 4.2). Students simply color the picture by following a code.Thank you!Learning With A SmileKeywords: Pearson Supplement, Reading Street Supplement, Spelling Words, Color By Word Spelling, Cinderella
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This reading packet provides 23 word lists of the final stable syllable type words. Also, a master list of all the words is included as a quick reference. A final stable consonant is one of the six types of syllables in reading. Each list in this unit includes words using all the vowels with a final stable consonant such as -ble, -cle, -dle, ect.
This game gives student exposure to final stable syllable –le words. A final stable syllable is one of the six syllable types in reading. The following word lists include words using both long and short vowels with the following final stable –le consonants: –ble, -cle, -dle, -fle, -gle, -kle, -ple, -sle, -tle, -zle. The game is played just like UNO. There are Draw 2, Reverse, Skip, Wild, Wild 4 cards, and 85+ final stable syllable -le word cards in the deck.
The designed layout of this packet helps students to know that there are only 4 sounds to the 5 spellings of r-controlled words. Also, it teaches students that any time there is a vowel to the left of the letter -r, its sound changes. Its sound is neither short nor long. The vowel has a sound of its own because the r-sound controls the vowel. Therefore, the organization of the reading lists and games/activities make it easy for students to learn to read r-controlled syllable type words.