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Ready for Some New Syllable Sort Literacy Centers for Your Class?

You will love how easy it is to prepare this Fall Syllable Sort Center Games Resource for your class. My students LOVED Literacy Centers and your students will too! You can dedicate one of your reading centers, reading workstations, as a skills only center. By changing out the skill each week, your students already know the directions for using the resources at the reading center. 

Fall Syllable Sort Center Games

With this Fall Owl Themed Syllable Sort Center Games Resource your reading center can be placed in a folder {with the folder cover on the front of the folder} and the student can take the center back to their seat if classroom space is limited. Your students will enjoy the freedom of center games while learning and reviewing important skills at the same time! This Fall Owl Themed Syllable Sort Center Games Resource is perfect for assessment grades for kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students!

Once your students know the expectations of using center games, your literacy reading skills reading center can run all year with different skills from a variety of over 1,500+ of my center games! Click here to see all my center games.


This Fall Syllable Sort Center Games Resource is part of Bigger Bundles:

This Fall Owl Themed Syllable Sort Center Games Resource has a Matching Spring Owl Resource:

Fall Syllable Sort Center Games


When it comes to the ease of prepping this Fall Owl Themed Syllable Sort Center Games Resource, all of the pieces are rectangular and easy for you or a parent volunteer to cut on a paper slicer. No need to cut around a cute turkey or round pumpkin shape, just rectangles, perfect for primary elementary school students!





This Fall Owl Themed Syllable Sort Center Games Resource Includes:

Page One - A cover page stating "Syllable Sort" and "Fall Owl Theme" that can be used for a cover sheet for your file folder in your files. It can also be a literacy center folder cover for your students, by putting this literacy center in a folder with the folder cover, your students can take it back to their desk if your classroom space is limited. You can also use this first page, the cover page as a poster, placing it on the wall over your literacy center.

Page Two - Common Core Poster, This Common Core poster can also be printed, 3-hole punched and placed in your lesson plans to correspond with your literacy center activities.

Page Three - Teacher Directions.

Page Four - Student Directions.

Page Five - An Adorable Owl Themed Student Sorting Mat for One Syllable Words.

Page Six - An Adorable Owl Themed Student Sorting Mat for Two Syllable Words.

Page Seven - An Adorable Owl Themed Student Sorting Mat for Three Syllable Words.

Page Eight - An Adorable Owl Themed Student Sorting Mat for Four Syllable Words.

Page Nine - Student Sorting Cards for all the One Syllable Words.

Page Ten - Student Sorting Cards for all the Two Syllable Words.


Page Eleven - Student Sorting Cards for all the Three Syllable Words.

Page Twelve - Student Sorting Cards for all the Four Syllable Words.

Page Thirteen - This worksheet for the Fall Syllable Sort Center Games Resource can be used as a daily work assignment or a formal or informal assessment page. This page stated, "Pick 10 one syllable words to put into ABC order." with the numbers 1 to 10 and lines for the students' answers. This allows some ownership for the student to be able to pick 10 cards out of the 16 one syllable words cards. Perfect to differentiate your center and small group work time by assigning the different levels of pages to the different levels of your students.

Page Fourteen - This worksheet for the Fall Syllable Sort Center Games Resource can be used as a daily work assignment or a formal or informal assessment page. This page stated, "Pick 10 two syllable words to put into ABC order." with the numbers 1 to 10 and lines for the students' answers. This allows some ownership for the student to be able to pick 10 cards out of the 16 two syllable words cards. Perfect to differentiate your center and small group work time by assigning the different levels of pages to the different levels of your students.

Page Fifteen - This worksheet for the Fall Syllable Sort Center Games Resource can be used as a daily work assignment or a formal or informal assessment page. This page stated, "Pick 10 three syllable words to put into ABC order." with the numbers 1 to 10 and lines for the students' answers. This allows some ownership for the student to be able to pick 10 cards out of the 16 three syllable words cards. Perfect to differentiate your center and small group work time by assigning the different levels of pages to the different levels of your students.

Page Sixteen - This worksheet for the Fall Syllable Sort Center Games Resource can be used as a daily work assignment or a formal or informal assessment page. This page stated, "Pick 10 four syllable words to put into ABC order." with the numbers 1 to 10 and lines for the students' answers. This allows some ownership for the student to be able to pick 10 cards out of the 16 four syllable words cards. Perfect to differentiate your center and small group work time by assigning the different levels of pages to the different levels of your students.

Page Seventeen - This worksheet for the Fall Syllable Sort Center Games Resource can be used as a daily work assignment or a formal or informal assessment page. This page is divided into two columns and can be used two different ways.

One Way ~ Print enough copies for your students and slice the page in half to save ink and paper. The left side states, "One Syllable Words" and there are ten lines for your students to pick ten one syllable word cards and write them in ABC order. The right hand side states, "Two Syllable Words" and there are ten lines for your students to pick ten two syllable word cards and write them in ABC order.

Another Way ~ Print enough copies for your students and DO NOT slice the page in half. The left side states, "One Syllable Words" and there are ten lines for your students to pick ten one syllable word cards and write them in ABC order. The right hand side states, "Two Syllable Words" and there are ten lines for your students to pick ten two syllable word cards and write them in ABC order. This way your assignment is harder, because the students must do ten cards in ABC order twice. Double the assignment compared the the first set of pages. This ABC order assignment allows some ownership for the student to be able to pick 10 cards out of the 16 one syllable words cards and 10 more cards out of the 16 two syllable words cards. Perfect to differentiate your center and small group work time by assigning the different levels of pages to the different levels of your students.

Page Eighteen - This worksheet for the Fall Syllable Sort Center Games Resource can be used as a daily work assignment or a formal or informal assessment page. This page is divided into two columns and can be used two different ways.

One Way ~ Print enough copies for your students and slice the page in half to save ink and paper. The left side states, "Three Syllable Words" and there are ten lines for your students to pick ten three syllable word cards and write them in ABC order. The right hand side states, "Four Syllable Words" and there are ten lines for your students to pick ten four syllable word cards and write them in ABC order.

Another Way ~ Print enough copies for your students and DO NOT slice the page in half. The left side states, "Three Syllable Words" and there are ten lines for your students to pick ten three syllable word cards and write them in ABC order. The right hand side states, "Four Syllable Words" and there are ten lines for your students to pick ten four syllable word cards and write them in ABC order. This way your assignment is harder, because the students must do ten cards in ABC order twice. Double the assignment compared the the first set of pages. This ABC order assignment allows some ownership for the student to be able to pick 10 cards out of the 16 three syllable words cards and 10 more cards out of the 16 four syllable words cards. Perfect to differentiate your center and small group work time by assigning the different levels of pages to the different levels of your students.

Pages Nineteen to Thirty-Four - NEW REVISION ADDED on September 2020

** BONUS ** 4 pages - A More Detailed Syllable Sort Teacher Directions AND

A new letter from me - An Introduction to Color By Numbers, Task Cards, and

Center Game Lessons, Including Math Center Ideas for Your Classroom!

Fall Syllable Sort Center Games


Differentiate your classroom by using this Fall Owl Themed Syllable Sort Center Games Resources MULTIPLE WAYS!

  1. Use the one syllable word cards and two syllable word cards with the one syllable sorting mat and the two syllable sorting mat only.
  2. Use the two syllable word cards and three syllable word cards with the two syllable sorting mat and the three syllable sorting mat only.
  3. Use the three syllable word cards and four syllable word cards with the three syllable sorting mat and the four syllable sorting mat only.
  4. Use the one syllable word cards and three syllable word cards with the one syllable sorting mat and the three syllable sorting mat only.
  5. Use the one syllable word cards and four syllable word cards with the one syllable sorting mat and the four syllable sorting mat only.
  6. Use the two syllable word cards and four syllable word cards with the two syllable sorting mat and the four syllable sorting mat only.
  7. Use the one syllable word cards, the two syllable word cards, and the three syllable word cards with the one syllable sorting mat, the two syllable sorting mat, and the three syllable sorting mat only.
  8. Use the one syllable word cards, the two syllable word cards, and the four syllable word cards with the one syllable sorting mat, the two syllable sorting mat, and the four syllable sorting mat only.
  9. Use the one syllable word cards, the three syllable word cards, and the four syllable word cards with the one syllable sorting mat, the three syllable sorting mat, and the four syllable sorting mat only.
  10. Use the two syllable word cards, the three syllable word cards, and the four syllable word cards with the two syllable sorting mat, the three syllable sorting mat, and the four syllable sorting mat only.
  11. Use the one syllable word cards, the two syllable word cards, the three syllable word cards, and the four syllable word cards with the one syllable sorting mat, the two syllable sorting mat, the three syllable sorting mat, and the four syllable sorting mat all together.

>>>You will love how easy it is to prepare this syllable sort literacy center for your class.

Fall Syllable Sort Center Games


This Fall Owl Themed Syllable Sort Center Games Resource is also PERFECT for...

• Remediation and RTI groups

• Substitute teacher folders

• Assessments

• Fine motor skills work

• Indoor recess

• Morning work

• Emergency sub tubs

• Homework packets

• Literacy Night with Parents

• Literacy Centers

• Early morning arrival students

• After school tutoring

• Before school tutoring

• And so much more!

This Fall Owl Themed Syllable Sort Center Games Resource is so easy to prep, it is perfect to give to a parent volunteer who is asking, "How can I help?" or your PTA / PTO volunteer room. It is also terrific for an Emergency Substitute Tub, Folder or Binder!

Fall Syllable Sort Center Games


To recap what's Included in this Fall Owl Themed Syllable Sort Center Games Resource:

  • The Four Fall Owl Themed Sorting Mats that are all one perfect page to print, laminate and use in your center game.
  • The 64 Center Game Cards are all rectangular and very easy to print and cut on your paper slicer.
  • The Center Cover Folder Sign is one perfect page to print, and place on the front of a folder OR print, laminate and hang up at your literacy center area.
  • The Common Core is one perfect page to print, laminate and use as a sign at your literacy center or focus wall. You can also print it and place it in your lesson plan folder.
  • Teacher Directions to help you or a parent volunteer make this literacy center.
  • Student Directions to include with your syllable sort center game file folder or Ziploc baggie.
  • * BONUS * Twelve page letter from me with ideas, tips, and lesson plans for using Center Games, Task Cards, and Color By Number in your classroom!

>>>You will love how easy it is to prepare this Fall Owl Themed Syllable Sort Center Games Resource for your class.

This Fall Syllable Sort Center Games Resource has More Matching Syllable Sort Center Games Resources:

COMMON CORE STANDARD:

Kindergarten

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.K.2

Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.K.2.B

Count, pronounce, blend, and segment syllables in spoken words.

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.K.2.C

Blend and segment onsets and rimes of single-syllable spoken words.

First Grade

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.1.2

Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.1.2.B

Orally produce single-syllable words by blending sounds (phonemes), including consonant blends.

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.1.2.D

Segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds (phonemes).

Second Grade

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.2.3.C

Decode regularly spelled two-syllable words with long vowels.

Third Grade

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.3.3.C

Decode multisyllable words.

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Are You Looking For Some New, Cute, Halloween Color By Code For Your Kindergarteners?

Look no further! You will love the no prep, print and go ease of these Halloween Cute Kids in Costumes Color By Code Kindergarten Know Your Colors Printables!

This Halloween Themed Color By Code Kindergarten Know Your Colors Worksheets includes 10 pages for introducing or reviewing COLORS by focusing only on colors on each page. Colors are an essential skill to master in Kindergarten. Students need to be able to know their colors, identify their colors by sight and read the name of a color for harder first grade skills. Each page in this Halloween Non-Scary Children in Halloween Costumes Color By Code Kindergarten Know Your Colors Resource reinforces those skills by have nothing but colors on each page, see below to see the exact colors that are on each page. Your students will adore their finished pages with these 10 adorable Halloween Color By Code Kindergarten Know Your Colors pages! Cute and colorful, they would make a wonderful addition to your student work bulletin board or to their home refrigerator "art museum" while having some Halloween Fun learning and reviewing important color identifying skills at the same time! With the ten Answer Keys also included, this helps you quickly and efficiently check your students work in a very short amount of time.


This Halloween Color By Code Kindergarten Know Your Colors Resource is available in this discounted bundle:

** Additional Important Information **

In this resource, I have no math problems on the cute little children's skin, allowing your students to select any skin tone color. The directions read, "You pick the color for any empty areas." This also allows for some creativity after their math is done by selecting additional colors of their choice for the borders and other blank remaining areas. This feature is a real hit with my teacher buyers!

Halloween Color By Code Kindergarten Know Your Colors


This Halloween Color By Code Kindergarten Know You Colors Resource Includes:

**** Ten Total Pages of Student Work

  1. This adorable Halloween Kindergarten Know Your Colors Color By Code page focuses on the colors, red, pink, purple, orange, yellow, green, and blue. This page has an adorable little girl dressed as a Circus Clown, she has already been Trick or Treating with her friends because her pumpkin Trick or Treat bag is FULL of Halloween candy!
  2. This adorable Halloween Kindergarten Know Your Colors Color By Code page focuses on the colors, orange, yellow, green, light green, light blue, and blue. This page has a little boy dressed as a frog, just ready to Trick or Treat with his friends!
  3. This adorable Halloween Kindergarten Know Your Colors Color By Code page focuses on the colors, orange, yellow, green, and blue. This page has a little girl dressed as a Halloween Jack O' Lantern, just ready to Trick or Treat with all her friends!
  4. This adorable Halloween Kindergarten Know Your Colors Color By Code page focuses on the colors, purple, black, yellow, and green. This page is my absolute FAVORITE, it has a little girl dressed as a non-scary witch! She is already eating a Halloween lollipop and she is just ready to Trick or Treat with all her friends!
  5. This adorable Halloween Kindergarten Know Your Colors Color By Code page focuses on the colors, purple, orange, yellow, light green, and blue. This page has a little boy dressed as an alien, just ready to Trick or Treat with his pumpkin Trick or Treat bag!
  6. This adorable Halloween Kindergarten Know Your Colors Color By Code page focuses on the colors, red, pink, light blue, orange, yellow, green, and blue. This page has a sweet, smiling little girl wearing a princess costume, just ready to Trick or Treat with her pumpkin Trick or Treat bag!
  7. This adorable Halloween Kindergarten Know Your Colors Color By Code page focuses on the colors, red, brown, light brown, and orange. This page has the cutest SMILING little boy dressed up for Halloween as a monkey, just ready to Trick or Treat with his pumpkin Trick or Treat bag!
  8. This adorable Halloween Kindergarten Know Your Colors Color By Code page focuses on the colors, black, red, purple, and orange. This page has a little boy dressed as a vampire, just ready to Trick or Treat with his pumpkin Trick or Treat bag!
  9. This adorable Halloween Kindergarten Know Your Colors Color By Code page focuses on the colors, red, orange, yellow, and light blue. This page has a little girl dressed up for Halloween as a piece of Halloween candy corn, she has already been Trick or Treating because her pumpkin Trick or Treat bag is FULL of Halloween candy, just waiting to be colored by your boys and girls!
  10. This adorable Halloween Kindergarten Know Your Colors Color By Code page focuses on the colors, red, orange, yellow, and blue. This page has a little boy dressed as a lion, just ready to Trick or Treat with his friends!

**** Ten Matching Pages of Answer Keys Too!

**** Center Folder Cover Cute, colorful cover for your personal teacher files. Attach to the front of a folder, keep all your pages inside the folder, place into your file cabinet, and you are all ready for next year with this easily identified color by number folder cover.

** FREE BONUS FILE ** Added in September 2020 Twelve Pages of my Newly Revised new letter from me - An Introduction to Color By Numbers, Task Cards, and Center Game Lessons, Including Math Center Ideas for Your Classroom!

** Please view the cover, the pictures and the preview file for more details. **

*** CLASSROOM IDEA ***

Print all the pages and bind together for your fast finisher students to have a Know Your Colors Halloween Book.

Halloween Color By Code Kindergarten Know Your Colors


Halloween Color By Code Kindergarten Know Your Colors Lesson Plan Ideas

Monday - Use page 1 to introduce Color By Code Lessons to your class with a step by step direct teacher-led lesson on the overhead document camera. Once your students know your procedures, the remaining pages can be used by your students independently. An alternative, based on the ability level of your class, is that this teacher-led lesson can also be completed during your math or reading small group lesson on Monday.

Tuesday - Use page 2, colors, during math or reading seat work, math or reading centers or small group time.

Wednesday - Use page 3, colors, during math or reading seat work, math or reading centers or small group time.

Thursday - Use page 4, colors, during math or reading seat work, math or reading centers or small group time.

Friday - Use page 5, colors, during math or reading seat work, math or reading centers or small group time.

Monday - Use page 6, colors, during math or reading seat work, math or reading centers or small group time.

Tuesday - Use page 7, colors, during math or reading seat work, math or reading centers or small group time.

Wednesday - Use page 8, colors, during math or reading seat work, math or reading centers or small group time.

Thursday - Use page 9, colors, during math or reading seat work, math or reading centers or small group time.

Friday - Use page 10, colors, during math or reading seat work, math or reading centers or small group time.

Terrific for an Emergency Sub Tub or Homework!

These high interest Halloween Color By Code Kindergarten Know Your Colors black and white printables are perfect for...

  • Halloween Color By Code Gift Coloring Book
  • Halloween Party Activity
  • Math Center Assignments
  • Fine Motor Skills Work
  • Small Math Group Lessons
  • Math Workstations
  • Reading Center Assignments
  • Morning Work Worksheet
  • Remediation and RTI Groups
  • Small Reading Group Lessons
  • Clip Board Work Time
  • Seat Work
  • Substitute Teacher Folders
  • Indoor Recess
  • Homework Packets
  • Morning Work Tubs
  • Independent Practice
  • Early Finishers
  • Emergency Sub Tubs
  • Morning Math Buckets
  • Morning Reading Buckets
  • After School Tutoring
  • Early Morning Arrival Students
  • Literacy Workstations
  • Morning Literacy Buckets
  • Reading Center Assignment
  • Literacy Workstations
  • Early Morning Tutoring
  • Indoor Recess
  • And so much more!

These high interest black and white printables are great for seat work, homework, small group work, substitute teacher folders, sub tubs, the possibilities are endless!

Halloween Color By Code Kindergarten Know Your Colors


A Quick Recap of What's Included for You in this Halloween Themed Color By Code Kindergarten Know Your Colors Worksheets...

  • Ten Pages of Halloween Color By Code Kindergarten Know Your Colors Worksheets.
  • Ten Answer Key Pages for These Ten Pages of Halloween Color By Code Kindergarten Know Your Colors Worksheets.
  • Teacher Organization Folder Cover
  • Twelve page letter with ideas, tips, and lesson plans for using Center Games, Task Cards, and Color By Number in your classroom!


*** CLASSROOM IDEA ***

Terrific for your Emergency Sub Tub for morning work, let the substitute teacher have a few minutes to read your plans while the children work on their colors by coloring!

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