Open Syllable Words Flashcards

Open Syllable Words Flashcards
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Identify the open syllable(s): Table
Open Syllable: TA
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Identify the open syllable(s): Yoga
Open Syllables: YO, GA
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Identify the open syllable(s): Bison
Open Syllable: BI
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Identify the open syllable(s): Yellow
Open Syllable: OW
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Identify the open syllable(s): Noodles
Open Syllable: NOO
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Identify the open syllable(s): Photo
Open Syllables: PHO, TO
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Identify the open syllable(s): Paper
Open Syllable: PA
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Syllabication
The process of dividing words into syllables
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R-controlled Vowel
A vowel than changes its sound when paired with the letter R
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Open Syllable
A syllable that ends in a vowel sound or a vowel that stands alone like the word 'A'
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Syllable
An uninterrupted sound in spoken language
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Consonant
Sounds in language made by restricting air flow; All letters in the alphabet except A, E, I, O, U
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Vowel
Sounds in language made by freely flowing air; A, E, I, O, U
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Flashcard Content Overview

A syllable is a basic building block of any word, so it's important to be able to recognize them. Did you know there are six kinds of syllables? One of these types is an open syllable. Open syllables are easy to recognize, and this flashcard set contains plenty of examples. Additionally, there are also several cards that contain vocabulary that will be helpful to navigate the accompanying lesson.

Studying with Flashcards

The examples included in this lesson will help you get a start recognizing open syllables in words, but another great way to study is to look and listen for open syllables in your daily life. Pay attention to what you are reading or listening to a little more carefully that usual and try to catch the open syllable words. For example, the O in open is an open syllable. What others do you see in this paragraph? Choose a page in your favorite book and see how many examples you can identify.

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Vowel
Sounds in language made by freely flowing air; A, E, I, O, U
Consonant
Sounds in language made by restricting air flow; All letters in the alphabet except A, E, I, O, U
Syllable
An uninterrupted sound in spoken language
Open Syllable
A syllable that ends in a vowel sound or a vowel that stands alone like the word 'A'
R-controlled Vowel
A vowel than changes its sound when paired with the letter R
Syllabication
The process of dividing words into syllables
Identify the open syllable(s): Paper
Open Syllable: PA
Identify the open syllable(s): Photo
Open Syllables: PHO, TO
Identify the open syllable(s): Noodles
Open Syllable: NOO
Identify the open syllable(s): Yellow
Open Syllable: OW
Identify the open syllable(s): Bison
Open Syllable: BI
Identify the open syllable(s): Yoga
Open Syllables: YO, GA
Identify the open syllable(s): Table
Open Syllable: TA
Identify the open syllable(s): Candy
Open Syllable: DY
Identify the open syllable(s): Relax
Open Syllable: RE
Identify the open syllable(s): Tuna
Open Syllables: TU, NA
Identify the open syllable(s): Window
Open Syllable: OW
Identify the open syllable(s): Tiger
Open Syllable: TI
Identify the open syllable(s): Data
Open syllables: DA, TA
Identify the open syllable(s): Monkey
Open Syllable: KEY
Identify the open syllable(s): Robot
Open Syllable: RO
Identify the open syllable(s): Vista
Open Syllable: TA
Identify the open syllable(s): Beagle
Open Syllable: BEA
Identify the open syllable(s): Untrue
Open Syllable: TRUE
Identify the open syllable(s): X-Ray
Open Syllable: RAY
Identify the open syllable(s): Nearby
Open Syllable: BY

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