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7 Syllable Types - Classroom Posters
Review r-controlled words, open and closed vowels, and dipthongs with a set of classroom posters. Each page features one concept with a colorful illustration, an explanation, and a list of applicable words.
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- Laminate and hang in a classroom or speech pathology center
- Use in your reading lessons to reinforce different types of syllables
- Print in color for best results
- Easy to understand and fun to read
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