Saturday, March 7, 2015

Language Arts- "I Hope for Gum: Teaching Closed, Silent-e and Open Syllable Types"

By Teacher Features
Grades 2-4

This resource offers easy answers and activities to help you teach 
the first 3 Syllable Types-Closed, Silent-e and Open. (30 Pages)

Six written syllable-spelling conventions are used in English spelling.
These were regularized by Samuel Webster to justify his 1806 dictionary’s division of syllables.

* Did you know....? The title of this product: "I Hope for Gum," 
contains one example of each syllable type!

Inside you will find:

- Syllable Information Sheet

- Closed Syllable Anchor Chart

- Closed Syllable Match and Recording Sheet 
  (24 word cards & 1 recording sheet)

- Open Syllable Anchor Chart

- The Gumball Game (1 board game & 72 word cards)

- Silent-­‐e Syllable Anchor Chart

- Silent-­‐e / Closed Syllable Memory (54 cards)

Graphics: From the Pond

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