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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.
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ().
Divide these zoo animal words into syllables. Draw a slash (/) symbol to divide each word and count the total number of syllables.Breaking Words into Syllables - Sea Theme Member
Break each of the sea life words into syllables. Write backslashes to show syllable breaks. Then tell how many syllables are in each word.Breaking Words into Syllables - Insect Theme Member
Divide each insect word into syllables. Tell how many syllables are in each word.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.
Analogies help word association skills and teach critical thinking. example: Milk is to cup as spaghetti is to plate.Punctuation Worksheets
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.