Foundational Reading Lesson - Decode Multi-syllabic Words, Grade 3

  • Activity 1 / Count Them Up Worksheet

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    Counting goes past just counting numbers. By the time your students have mastered the art of counting up to a specific number, you can move to the next stage of counting other things, such as syllables. In this worksheet, there are four colorful pictures. Ask your students to identify and name each of the pictures, and then read the word for the image. Make them repeat the word after you, and count how many syllables each of the word has. Check off the box that has the correct number of syllables.

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  • Activity 2 / Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 2 Worksheet

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    Words are broken down into syllables to aid with proper and correct pronunciation. Counting syllables is a god way to get your kids to learn how to properly pronounce words. The simple words your kids will be exposed to at this stage mostly will have 1, 2 or 3 syllables. This means that the words are small and easy to pronounce. Carefully say the words in this worksheet aloud to your kids. Have them repeat the words after you. Then, check the words that have more than 2 syllables.

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