Teaching syllabication
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    watsonmel3 is offline Junior Member
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    I am wondering about how people are teaching the ideas of breaking words into syllables? Is this kind of thing even taught anymore?

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    Sure! In the Time4Learning preschool program the students beat a drum to count the number of syllables in words. In other grades, there's work with the "Silly Bulls". The concept of syllables is reinforced throughout the curriculum.

    If you're looking for offline ways to practice this, you might try having your child clap their hands to count syllables or beat a spoon against a pot or any other rhythmic activity you can think of.

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    Here are some syllable lessons in T4L. They are for the K-3 crowd.
    Kindergarten- KR019 Syllable Explore
    KR020 Listen for Word Length
    KR021 Listen for Syllables
    KR048 Teaching Materials/worksheets
    KR182 Count Syllables
    2nd-3rd graderLA323P Count Syllables A
    OTLA323P Activity
    OTLA343P Count Syllables
    LA412P Decode 2 Syllable words
    OTLA412 Activity
    LA461P Syllables
    OTLA461P Activity

    Hope that helps.
    Mcihelle
    Last edited by MichelleLio; 06-30-2016 at 12:39 PM.

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