Identify Irregular Syllables

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English is quite an old language – and that shows in print: Some syllables seem to be spelt quite randomly. Despite the Syllable Method cutting children’s sight word list in less than half some words have to be memorized. Read further to learn how to use the irregular syllable mark. 

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Identify Silent e Syllables

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Silent e syllables are probably the most tricky ones. Why? Because their structure is the same as of “sneaky e” syllables – but the final e doesn’t change the middle vowel sound. Learn how to use the silent e mark to help your children master this syllable type.

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Identify “Sneaky e” Syllables

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“Sneaky e” syllables are syllables for real pro’s. Why? Because they require your child to read past the stopping consonant to determine the correct vowel sound. Use this guide to help your child identify and read “sneaky e” syllables correctly.

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