Decoding multisyllabic words
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There are ways to sneak in decoding lessons, even in 3rd-grade. In this post I'm sharing 3 ideas for how to teach multisyllabic words with...
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Read about multi-syllable words activities to help your students decode big words. These are perfect for a small reading intervention group. #mulitsyllablewordsactivities #multisyllabicwordsactivities #multisyllablewords
Read about how to teach decoding multisyllabic words even if you have limited time. I'm sharing 3 ideas for how to fit it into your schedule.
If your students are getting stuck on multisyllabic words when they are reading, try this easy routine for decoding larger words.
Reading Intervention Activities for Multisyllabic Words Blog Post #iheartteachingelementary
It’s always so much fun listening and watching our young readers figure out those “longer” words. Many of our little ones are pretty solid decoding one-syllabe words and are now ready to learn strateg
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Multisyllabic word activities are great for word work, small group, RTI, & literacy centers! Students practice decoding fluency phrases and learning comprehension skills too with the ideas in this common core product #guidedreading #fluency #conversationsinliteracy #comprehension #phonics #classroom #elementary #thirdgrade #secondgrade #fourthgrade #fifthgrade 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade
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Do you have the post-ASHA blues? Or are you a little blue that you didn’t get to go to Orlando and join in the fun? If you’ve been following our hashtag #SLPbloggers on Facebook or Insta, you may have seen lots of fun pics and posts of our time at ASHA. Here’s a little recap, […]
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Learn about an easy routine for decoding multisyllabic words in 2nd grade text. Free tools included!
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Multisyllabic Words are challenging! But don't worry! These word list games will make learning fun for both you and your students!
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