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Sunday, May 1, 2016

Name that Syllabication Rule: Words with Double Consonants

Teach children the syllabication rules for dividing words with double consonants: waffle, puppy, egg, dinner, Teddy, soccer, carrot, and hammer.
Each syllable consists of one vowel sound.  The sound may be produced by a single vowel:  bell, puppy or it may be produced by a vowel pair: succeed, balloon. 

Teach/Review the  VCCV  (Vowel-Consonant-Consonant-Vowel)  rule with students.
Have children practice the rule with the following words.
There are many one syllable words that end in double consonants.
Have children practice the rules with the following words.

Additional rule: When double consonants are followed by le divide syllables between the consonants. 
Have children practice the rules with the following words.
Words used in practice activities and in video activities (name that rule).
Additional activity pages and activities can be viewed in the video.  Video is fun to watch with children and can be paused to discuss the rules and how they apply to words.

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