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There are 6 syllable types in english.

C - closed

L - consonant-le

O - open

V - vowel digraphs and diphthongs

E - silent e (magic e, vowel-consonant-e)

R - r-controlled vowels

The ability to break words into syllables is a key word attack strategy and is necessary to read longer, multisyllabic words. This strategy aslo helps with spelling as it's easier to spell a word syllable by syllable.

More resources coming soon...

Open and closed syllables

This helps students flex bewtween open and closed syllables and between the short and long vowel sounds.

Vowel-consonant-e syllables

Reading Resource - helps students develop fluency between closed syllables and VCe syllable.

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