There are 6 syllable types in english.
C - closed
L - consonant-le
O - open
V - vowel digraphs and diphtongs
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.
Reading Resource - helps students develop fluency between closed syllables and VCe syllable.
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