Consonant LE Anchor Chart

Happy Friday…wow this week went fast, can’t say we are complaining! So we are wrapping up our six syllable types this week with our final syllable type. This last syllable type is called “stable final” syllables but the most common stable final syllable is Consonant LE so this week we are sharing our Consonant-LE anchor chart with you! Again, this resource is great for students who benefit from a reminder or review on the different syllable types. If you missed our blog this week on how to use the Consonant LE syllable type to support spelling, click here!

We love using these anchor charts to introduce new syllable types and to call students back to syllable types to support spelling. I typically have my students add the anchor charts into their binders or interactive notebooks so they can flip back during spelling.

Oh no, you missed it! This freebie has expired.

For other great resources, check out our Teachers Pay Teachers store, or, consider becoming an Intervention Insider and getting access to our exclusive Members Only Library where we keep ALL of our resources! 

Corey PollardComment