LANGUAGE ARTS

Syllables – 8 Easy to Print Activities

Learning how to count syllables in words is a skill for kindergarten through third grade. Here are 8 syllables activities ready to print and use in a classroom. You’ll find a syllables counter activity like sorting syllables, Holiday vocabulary words and a syllable worksheet are all included.As always, the Teach Junkie English/Language Arts (ELA) section is growing in numbers of pictured tutorials and collections with free lesson plans for how to teach reading so you can always search there if you’’re looking for something different. {wink}Counting Syllables1. Sight Word Syllable Sort and Graph – Work on both language arts and math with this combination activity for third grade. Read and sort based on the number of syllables, record onto graph sheet. (no longer available)2. Counting Syllables – This beginning book is designed for kindergarten or first grade. Illustrate and use colored stickers to show the number of syllables for the main image.Holiday Themed Syllable Activities3. Valentine Syllable Activity – Sort the Valentine vocabulary word stamps into 1, 2 and 3 syllable columns.4. Fabulous Fall Syllables – A combination of fall words for Halloween all the way through Thanksgiving, students sort word cards into piles.5. Sorting Suess Syllables – Sort Seuss themed words with a wocket in my pocket or two.6. Holiday Syllable Sort – Lots of December Holidays are all represented in this sort.Seasonal Syllable Printables7. Apples and Fall Syllable Cards – Word cards all relating to apples and picking apples makes this fast to print.8. Winter Vocabulary Worksheet – Get students clapping and using tally marks while they complete this worksheet.With these eight printables and lesson ideas, your students will each be a syllable counter in no time!Thanks talented teachers – your free printable activities and picture tutorials are great! Feel free to share your “I’m a Featured Teach Junkie” badge on your blog, facebook or instagram. You earned it! {{high fives}}Share your writing lesson plan idea here on Teach Junkie. We love hearing from teachers, teacher-bloggers and from you! Join the Teach Junkie Community and be a part of this collaborative blog.P.S.  Don’’t forget to check out the Teach Junkie Facebook page.  It’s a great place to ask questions on how to make things or for specific lesson ideas/collections that you are looking for. I’ll be happy to find them for you.Have You Seen?

What is your reaction?

Excited
0
Happy
0
In Love
0
Not Sure
0
Silly
0

You may also like

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *