Consonant + LE syllables are a type of final stable syllable. We hear the sound of the consonant and the /l/ sound. The e is silent. These syllables always have three letters.
Introducing the Consonant + LE Syllable
Look at the words below. Notice the consonant + LE syllables in the words. Also, notice that some consonant + LE syllables are matched with open syllables to make words, and some consonant + LE syllables are matched with closed syllables to make words.
Practice the Consonant + LE
The best way we can remember the sounds letters make is to practice. Our Learning to Read workbook has cards you can use to practice with the consonant + le syllable. You can also make your own notecards to practice letters and sounds. Just a few minutes of practice a day will make a huge difference!
Congratulations! You can now read more words! You can practice reading the words on the chart.
You can also practice writing words with consonant + le final stable syllables. Make sure you follow explicit handwriting instructions to ensure you are writing efficiently. Writing efficiently is a huge part of building writing stamina.
Check out our video on the consonant + le final stable syllable.
You can use this video to prepare for a lesson with your student, or your student can work with the video independently.
LEARNING TO READ PROGRAM
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Learning to read is a systematic process that requires explicit instruction. Our learning to read program breaks down every sound students need to know to learn how to read. Every step of the program includes picture examples, sound practice, reading practice, and writing practice.
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