Counting Syllables Worksheets To Print:
Sports Season - Sort the words into boxes according to the number of syllables in each word. Write each word in the correct box.
At the Zoo - The zoo animals have either three or four syllables in their names.
Queen Bee - Divide each word by putting a slash (/) symbol between each syllable.
Decker! - Think of a word with two or more syllables that has
the same or a similar meaning. Write it on the line.
Day - Most kids don't consider vegetables as something that
you shop for.
- Each word in the set has either two or three syllables.
Crazy Method - Try using a few methods to determine the number you hear in these words.
Sort By Number - You will sort these words into one, two, and three columns.
For Three - Which of these terms have three sounds in them?
More Practice - Practice this skill over a really good mix of words.
Big Terms - We look at some sizeable vocabulary here. Use a dictionary to
Correct Division - Find the word that has been divided into
syllables correctly. Write its letter on the line.
Write Them Out - Pay attention to the directions. They trip up some students.
More Reps - A quick activity to carry on with this skill some more.
More Clapping - We encourage you to try a different method if the last worksheet was easy for you.
Split It Up - Again, you are not required to fill all the columns. In fact only the last two terms will do this.
Tractor Work - We put all these skills together and see how we are doing with it.
Active Worksheet - Say the name of each picture out loud. This can be done as a whole class.