If your students struggle with decoding multisyllabic words, these syllable division games are a fun way to practice using syllable rules to read and spell. Thirteen different game boards use common syllable division rules to help students improve their reading skills. Teachers love the fast, easy, no-prep setup and different difficulty levels that make them easy to differentiate.
Players must correctly divide syllables to connect four words and win the game. An anchor chart provides visual clues. Game boards increase in difficulty to easily provide differentiated practice. This can be used as a group or individual activity and is great for reading centers and special education. It is designed to work with any Orton-Gillingham-based reading program and is perfect for students with dyslexia.
What You Get
13 Different Game Boards in 3 Versions
– Color Coded with Syllable Divisions
– Color Coded Vowels
– Black and White
Game for Each Syllable Division Rule
Nonsense Word Game
Instructions and Tips for Playing
Knowing how to divide and read syllables takes away the guessing and gives struggling readers the tools to accurately pronounce and spell words. Better decoding leads to improved reading fluency and comprehension.
These games coordinate with the Super Syllable Division Resource Book. Have your students make a ready reference book with practice words for each syllable division rule.