Decoding Multisyllables Worksheets:
Sawing Up Syllables! -
Find the letter patterns in the words and label them. If there is a vowel‐consonant‐consonant‐vowel letter pattern in a
word, it is usually divided between the two consonants. Divide each word into
syllables. Then write V‐C‐C‐V over each word. The first one has been done for you.
Syllable Sort - Write the words below in syllables.
Circle the first syllable of the word if it has a long
vowel sound. The story here is long and short vowel sounds.
Dividing Words into Syllables
- Do a little digging here and it is pretty easy. Divide each word into two parts. Write the first syllable in the
first box and the second syllable in the second box.
Consonant-Vowel Patterns -
Split up the words and use them on the lines. Use the vowel‐consonant‐consonant‐vowel pattern to divide and write the words
below in syllables.
How Many Syllables?
- Complete each sentence with a word from the Word Bank. The word
must have the same number of syllables as the number in parentheses.
Long or Short
Sheep - On the first line, write each set of syllables together
as a word. On the second line, write whether the vowel sound in the
first syllable is long or short.
- Fill in the chart by slicing the words. Divide each word into
Feed the Fish!
- Use the vowel-consonant-consonant-vowel pattern to divide the
words. Follow the example.
- Read each word. Draw a line down the middle of each box to separate
the word into two syllables. Color the first box red. Color the second
Words - Spell the two-syllable words pictured below. Divide
the word by drawing a line between the syllables. Mark the vowel sound
heard in the first syllable.