Kindergarten - Syllables

 
     
 
     
 
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Letter and Word Sounds
Syllables
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Be able to identify the syllable(s) found in a word and name the letters that form them. Sound out the syllable(s) found in the word. Know what syllable is heard first or last in a word.
 

Sample Problems

(1)

What letters makes the “ab” sound?

(2)

What sound do the letters “il” make?

(3)

In the word table, what is the first syllable you hear?

(4)

What is the last syllable in the word table?

Learning Tips

(1)

Review what a syllable is. Go over your child’s name and clap out the syllables. A syllable is a sound that can be made in one breath: ex. the, is, I, two, scream. A syllable can have as little as one letter in it.

(2)

After reviewing one syllable words, work on two or more syllable words: ex. about (a-bout), thunder (thund-er). Explain that the first syllable is said in the first clap and the last syllable is heard within the last clap.

Extra Help Problems

(1)

There should be a box at the top of the page. There should be a word that will fit every problem


Write a word that has “ab” blend in the first syllable. cabin

(2)

Write a word that has “et” blend in the last syllable. carpet

(3)

Write a word that has “un” blend in the first syllable. under

(4)

Write a word that has “up” blend in the last syllable. ketchup

(5)

Write a word that has “eb” blend in the first syllable. pebble

(6)

Write a word that has “ow” sound in the last syllable. Below

(7)

Write a word that has “ay” in the first syllable. Maybe

(8)

Write a word that has “ay” sound in the last syllable. Display

(9)

Write a word that has “ow” sound in the first syllable. potato

(10)

Write a word that has “oy” sound in the last syllable enjoy

 

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