June 10, 2023
FREE Printable Consonant le Syllable Words Chutes and Ladder Game

FREE Printable Consonant le Syllable Words Chutes and Ladder Game

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Have fun practicing the consonant le words with this fun, free printable chutes and ladder type game! This consonant le game is perfect for first grade and 2nd graders who are working on this phonics skill. Simply print the consonant le printable and you are ready to play while you learn about types of syllables!

Have fun practicing the consonant le words with this fun, free printable chutes and ladder type game! This consonant le game is perfect for first grade and 2nd graders who are working on this phonics skill. Symply print the consonant le printable and you are ready to play while you learn about types of syllables!
Consonant le

Consonant + le syllables or the final stable syllable are words that end in a consonant and then the letters le. In this simple, no-prep game your grade 1 and grade 2 students get to practice reading consonant + le words. Learning to read and spell through syllables has been amazing for my daughter. This approach, and the fact that we only learn one rule a week, has been incredibly beneficial to her. Knowing that every syllable has a vowel, and based on the type of syllable, the vowel will act a certain way has launched our reading and spelling.

Consonant Activities

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Consonant + le syllables or the final stable syllable are words that end in a consonant and then the letters le. In this simple, no-prep game your grade 1 and grade 2 students get to practice reading consonant + le words. Learning to read and spell through syllables has been amazing for my daughter. This approach, and the fact that we only learn one rule a week, has been incredibly beneficial to her. Knowing that every syllable has a vowel, and based on the type of syllable, the vowel will act a certain way has launched our reading and spelling.

Types of Syllables

We have learned that for a vowel to be a short vowel, it must be closed in. In other words, a consonant must follow the vowel. We see that in simple words like cat and hat. But even two-syllable words follow this pattern. rab/bit

Then we learned that there are two ways of making a long vowel. We have long vowels with the magic e syllable that shows up at the end of a word like “or/nate” or “com/pete”. And an open door syllable, a syllable that ends in a vowel, will also make the long vowel sound. Words like ro/bot or ta/ble are just a few suggestions. Of course, we can also make long vowels with vowel teams like ai (plain), or ea (each). Vowel teams also make other sounds like the oy in joy.  Then we focused on r-controlled vowels. You don’t normally hear the vowel in these words just the r.

  • ar – car, far, jar
  • er, ir, ur – her, girl, church
  • or – ornate, for, horse

Consonant le Syllable

Now we are working on reading consonant + le syllables. Now this syllable is a little different in that the vowel does not make a sound. Really, the only reason the “e” is there is to fulfill the rule that there must be a vowel in every syllable.

Basically this syllable, also know as the final stable syllable, does exactly what its name suggests. There is a consonant and that is followed by the letters “le”. And that is it. Now there are some tidbits that help your little ones on how to spell these fun words, and you can find those here. But for today, it is all about reading!

ble - bub/ble, jum/ble, grum/ble and ta/ble
cle - cir/cle, tricycle, uncle, mus/cle
dle - handle, candle, fiddle
ple - apple, ripple, dimple

Consonant le words

And here are some fun words that end in the consonant + le syllable.

  • ble – bub/ble, jum/ble, grum/ble and ta/ble
  • cle – cir/cle, tricycle, uncle, mus/cle
  • dle – handle, candle, fiddle
  • ple – apple, ripple, dimple

Consonant le games

This simple, no-prep game is super easy to play.

  • Players take turns rolling the die and moving that many spaces.
  • If the player lands on a word, they read that word.
  • If they land on a ladder, they get to move up.
  • If they land on a snake, they have to slide down.
  • The first person who gets to the end wins.

Have fun reading consonant + le words.

 

Free Printable Syllable Worksheets and Activities

First students learn to count the syllables in a word. Try putting your hand under your chin and say the word, the number of times your jaw drops is the number of syllables. Here are some syllable activities to learn to count the number of syllables.

Now let’s dig a little deaper int othe six types of syllables- a closed syllable ends in a consonant, an open syllable ends in a vowel, a vowel-consonant-e syllable is typically found at the end of a word, a vowel team syllable has two vowels next to each other that together say a new sound, a consonant+le syllable is found in words like handle, puzzle, and middle, and an r-controlled syllable contains a vowel followed by the letter r. Here are ways to learn all 6 syllable types.

Phonics Activities

Start with our guide on how to teach phonics step-by-step. Don’t miss our cvc activities and sight word worksheets and games. Then take a peak at these fun, free phonics activities for early readers!

Have fun practicing the consonant le words with this fun, free printable chutes and ladder type phonics game for first grade and 2nd graders!

Phonics Game

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    Lesan Lucas

    This looks like such a great activity for small groups! Thanks so much for making and sharing a great resource!!