Counting Syllables Phonemic Awareness Which Does Not Belong?

$3.00 USD

Counting Syllables Phonemic Awareness Which Does Not Belong?

$3.00 USD
Product description

If you're looking for a fun, hands-on way to help your students master syllable and phonemic awareness skills, then you need AdaptEd’s Counting Syllables: Which One Does Not Belong?

With 156 different words ranging from 1 to 5 syllables, this activity is perfect for use in ELA centers, literacy centers, and workstations. Repetition with variety is key to success with this important skill, and AdaptEd provides plenty of both. 

Plus, these Syllable Counting pages can be used over and over again - making them a great value for your classroom. So don't wait - get AdaptEd’s Counting Syllables today and see the difference it makes in your students' reading abilities!

✅ SAVE TIME! - The syllable counting pages are easy to prep and can be used over and over again.

✅ EASY TO DIFFERENTIATE! - Ranges from 1-5 syllables per word. 

✅ KEEPS KIDS ENGAGED! This is a fun and motivating way to teach kids how to count syllables and practice phonological awareness.


Identify the picture 

Determine the number of syllables in each word.

Draw an X on the word that has a different amount of syllables as the rest of the set.


Here's what you'll get:

  • 13 syllable counting pages
  • Or cut into task cards. 39 task cards.

This versatile product can be used as an independent activity, in small groups, or with the whole class. Just have the kids identify the picture, determine the number of syllables, and draw an X on the clapping hands icon for each syllable. 

You can also bind the pages into a phonemic awareness practice workbook. Either way, your students are sure to love this fun and motivating way to learn!

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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 8 reviews
      Amy K.
      Great Practice!

      I love that this resource can be used for beginning and advanced students working on rhyming. I like that it provides real pictures and different options for activities. Great resource!

      Jemma P.
      Extremely satisfied

      This is a great resource to work on syllable awareness. I like that it can be used over and over again. The real pictures make it engaging.

      Kelly Z.
      Extremely satisfied

      I have been looking for different activities to target phonological awareness skills. This is a great resource to target syllable awareness. I love the idea of using these as task strips. Students can X off, put on a bingo chip-or other small item, or smash playdoh over their target to make it more engaging.

      Jill Sawrie
      Rhyming words

      This is a perfect task box or practice activity for my students with intellectual disabilities.

      Michelle M.
      Extremely satisfied

      Low prep, yeah!

      Thank you for your five-star review, Michelle! I'm glad to hear that our phonemic awareness product has been a help to you.

      I appreciate your feedback about the low preparation required. It is our goal to make learning as easy as possible for students and their families. We are constantly striving to create products that are both effective and engaging. Thank you for recommending it to other teachers.

      If you have any further questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to let us know. We value your input and would be happy to hear from you again in the future.

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