Syllables
1. All words have syllables. A word might have one, two, or even more
syllables.
2. Reading has two syllables: r...
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Syllables

  1. 1. Syllables 1. All words have syllables. A word might have one, two, or even more syllables. 2. Reading has two syllables: read (clap)—ing (clap). Clap as you say each syllable to demonstrate the breaking sound between syllables 3. Examples: (1)Red has one syllable: red (clap). (2) Purple has two syllables: pur (clap)—ple(clap).” 4. Now you try. Clap your hands for each syllable in the word happy. Words to practice breaking into syllables syllable (3) mice ( ) computer ( ) watermelon ( ) window ( ) truck ( ) paper ( ) chicken ( ) yellow ( ) toys ( ) elephant ( ) banana ( ) Source: http://www.kidspot.com.au/schoolzone//Reading-and-writing-Speech-Syllables-and-explaining-them-to-your-child+4115+308+article.htm Game Time Let’s Break it Up! Class:_____ No:____ Date:20140501

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