Practice blending, segmenting, and counting syllables in words with a Google Interactive activity.
Digital Syllable Activities for Early Readers
When learning to read, students are encouraged to decode words by looking at the sum of their parts—not only as whole words, but also as syllables.
Syllable counting breaks words into more digestible “chunks” for early learners’ ears to hear, making it easier to sound out and spell words accurately and with greater fluency.
In this interactive syllable activity, students will practice counting the number of syllables in words, breaking words into syllables, and blending syllables together to create new words.
Science of Reading Lessons to Go!
Your students will love this resource to practice blending, segmenting, and counting syllables in words. It can be used as a reading center activity, for individual instruction in your guided reading group, or as a whole-group Science of Reading practice activity.
Easily Prepare This Resource for Your Students
This activity is super easy to work with! Simply assign the activity in Google Classroom to get started. Students will need to open the resource in edit mode in order to interact with the different components of the file.
Before You Download
Use the Download button to download the Google Slides resource file.
This resource was created by Lindsey Phillips, a teacher in Michigan and a Teach Starter Collaborator.
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