Thursday, June 3, 2010

Syllabication Rules Cards

I am now working on syllables with my son and wanted to make something that he could refer to. There is only so much room on a wall for posters and I have already met my limit :) so I have been scaling my reference materials down a bit and have been creating things that take up a lot less space, yet efficient enough in content for mastering comprehension.  I started my web surfing and almost immediately cam across this gem. I found this site with syllabication rules already formatted for printing and cutting. I printed them out, laminated them, and punched a hole in the upper right hand corner. If you don't have a laminator, you can print the sheets out on cardstock paper for more durability. I used a plastic loose leaf snap ring to keep the cards together. I have already seen him use them quite a few times without being prompted and I was quite pleased to see that.


Here is a close up of what the loose leaf snap rings look like. They are very inexpensive (about $1.50 for a pack of 10) and you can find them easily online.

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The Original Wombman said...

What a great idea! We just covered syllabication rules and we only notebooked the rules because I don't have any more space to make a poster. I think the cards are a really handy too!