Let’s get real. Decoding multisyllabic words can be boring. But what if there’s a way to make it fun and for students to be successful at the same time?
That’s why I created this resource that includes a tried and true strategy with activities and games for kids to practice.
And it takes little time to prep. It includes a list of more than 100 4 and 5 syllable words so you don’t have to spend time looking for words for your kids to practice the strategy with.
Did I mention the activities and games? Because your kids will enjoy them so much, they’ll ask to do them repeatedly.
This resource works well with whole groups, small groups, or when working with individual students. The text is reader-friendly for neurodivergent students.
Three of the activities and games are both printable and in a Google Slides format.
This resource includes:
- 4 and 5 Syllable Word Lists with more than 100 words so you don’t have to come up with your own words for students to practice.
- Anchor chart that gives step-by-step instructions for breaking apart 2 and 3-syllable words.
- 6 Syllable Types, Schwa and Odd Syllable Posters, Reference Sheet, and Bookmarks so that students can reference as they break apart words.
- Most Common Prefixes and Suffixes & Odd Syllable Sheets are included to help students easily identify them before breaking up a word.
- Answer Key that shows how each word is broken up to make it easy to check.
- 4 Multisyllabic Words Games and Activities to keep kids engaged while practicing decoding multisyllabic words. (3 of the activities and games are in printable and Google format. )
Listen to what teachers are saying about this decoding multisyllabic words resource:
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Elaine S.-“My students loved this resource because this gave them a strategy for breaking down multi-syllable words into parts using syllabication. They were able to decode what they read more quickly and accurately and this helped improve comprehension!”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Allison R.- “This has been a great resource to teach students how to decode multisyllabic words. There are plenty of words for them to practice for several days!”
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