Here's a collection of syllable worksheets for teachers and homeschool families. Use these worksheets to teach how and where to divide words into syllables.
Divide these zoo animal words into syllables. Draw a slash (/) symbol to divide each word and count the total number of syllables.Syllables VC/CV Member
Separate the syllables in these vowel-consonant/consonant-vowel (VC/CV) words. Grades 3 and up.Syllables VCV Member
Separate the syllables in these vowel-consonant-vowel (VC/CV) words. Grades 4 and up.One or two syllables Member
Determine whether each word has one or two syllables. Grades 2 and up.One, two or three syllables? Member
Tell whether each word has one, two, or three syllables. Grades 2 and up.Syllable Sounds Member
Fill in the table to show the number of syllables and sounds you see and hear in each word. Grades 4 and up.
Divide each words into syllable parts. Write each syllable part on the lines. Grades 2 and up.
More Language Arts Topics on Super Teacher Worksheets...Analogies
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Practice putting periods, question marks, commas, and quotation marks in the correct places.Compound Words
Use these worksheets to teach kids to recognize and work with compound words.