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a b c d e f ang ank es s

g h i j k l ing ink ing ful

m n o p qu r s ong onk ed less

t u v w x y z ung unk er ness

est ment
wh ch sh th ck y ai ay
ish ly
f l s all am an ee ea ey
en ty
ild ind old olt ost ive oi oy
able
ar or er ir ur oe oe ow
ive
ou oo ue ew
y
au aw
one consonant vowel glued
suffix
sound sound sound
Closed Syllable v-e Syllable Open Syllable
• 1 short vowel • Vowel-consonant-e • Ends with one vowel
• Closed in by 1 or more consonants • Vowel in long, “e” is silent • Vowel is long
• Mark short vowel • Mark long vowel, cross out “e” • Mark long vowel
• Mark it with “c” • Mark it with “v-e” • Mark it with “o”

lăst năpkĭn stōve ăthlēte hī skylīne


c c c v-e c v-e o o v-e
cōld gĭve
c v-e
r-Controlled Syllable Vowel Digraph/Dipthong Syllable Consonant-le Syllable
• 1 vowel with an “r” • Two vowels making one sound • Only 3 letters: consonant, “l”, “e”
• Says it “special” sound • Circle vowel team • Consonant and “l” make blend
• ar, or, er, ir, ur • Mark it with “d” • “e” is silent
• Circle “r team” • Cross out “e”
• Mark it with “r” • Mark it with “-le”

park hornĕt plain ĕxplain bŭbble


r r c d c d c -le