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Escribe y Escanea: Palabras con Silablas (a-e-i-o-u) from Teaching With Nancy on TeachersNotebook.com - (6 pages) - Welcome to Teaching with Nancy! Your students will love learning to write 2 syllable words with this QR Code Write and Scan activity. Use them to play write the room or use it as an independent word

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Spanish: Rainbow Theme Syllable Learning Station

Building two syllable words in Spanish.

Find the Syllables in Spanish Encuentra las sílabas from Angelica Sandoval on TeachersNotebook.com (34 pages) - These can be used at centers, Daily 5 (word work) and independent practice for all students. Students will cut the ice cream scoops and glue them on the cone with the same syllable. Students will highlight the syllable before gluing onto the cone.

Búsqueda de Sílabas-A Spanish Syllables Auditory Activity from Growing Bilingual Learners on TeachersNotebook.com (82 pages)

Rompecabezas de Sílabas-Spanish Sight Word Puzzles from Growing Bilingual Learners on TeachersNotebook.com (78 pages) - Beginning learners will love playing with puzzle pieces while learning to read Spanish syllables!

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Spanish Syllable Word Work Puzzles

Fun self-correcting puzzles for Spanish syllables.

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SPANISH: Initial Syllable Learning Stations

Spanish Syllable Word Work Stations

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SPANISH: Initial Syllable Learning Stations

Spanish Word Work Initial Syllable Stations for PreK and/or Kindergarten

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Spanish Word Study with Magnetic Letters

During guided reading or small group, have students practice breaking apart a few words into their syllables. My students love being able to physically manipulate the syllables! (Bilingual teaching strategy by Learning At The Primary Pond)