Foundational Reading Lesson - Divide Words into Syllables, Grade 2

  • Activity 1 / Dividing Words into Syllables

  • Activity 2 / Reading: How Many Syllables Worksheet

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    If your class needs more practice counting syllables, then this worksheet is for you. Students read each of the words and count the word’s parts. The students circle only the words that have only one syllable. Students that master this skill easily decode unknown words and this improves fluency scores and comprehension. Clear up any confusion with this printout!

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  • Activity 3 / Reading: Break Them Apart Worksheet

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    Find out if students comprehend syllables with this fun worksheet.  Being able to break a word into its parts is a valuable decoding skill. This printable reminds students that a syllable is a word part that has a vowel sound.  Then, children read each word and choose the number of parts in the words.  Extra practice with this skill produces more confidence in decoding and reading new words!

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