Understand words are made up of one or more syllables (e.g., students clap syllables, move objects, etc. in words.) 0101.1.11
Links verified on 9/30/2010
- Clap and Count Practice Index - many online quizzes; clap syllables
- Clap a Word - two page worksheet to use to reinforce the skill of clapping syllables
- Clap Syllables - teacher resource with background information to use in planning
- Clapping Syllables - a lesson on how to hear and clap syllables in words
- Count the Words - several syllable clapping activities, one of them is "Say that word again, but don't say ___"
- How Many Claps? - a syllable counting activity from a blog devoted to Montessori education
- Phonological Awareness: Syllables Counting Quiz - Quia quiz
- Reference Skills: Syllabication - printables from EdHelper
- Syllable Quiz - Identify the number of syllables in ten words
- Syllable Quiz 2 - identify where two syllable words should be divided
- Syllable Quiz 3 - identify where two or three syllable words should be divided
- Syllable Rules for Students: Black line masters - Posters of simplified spelling rules to enlarge for classroom display or reduce to give to students.
- Syllabication Rules - print these as large flash cards
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