Are you looking for a list of words with closed syllables? As a special education teacher, I am always looking for ways to make progress monitoring as simple as possible. When looking for tools for progress monitoring IEP goals, I need something that will save me time each week. That is why I created these progress monitoring assessments for decoding and encoding! Can you imagine having a year’s worth of assessments at your finger tips?
If many of your students have IEP goals for decoding and encoding, these assessments are just what you need to track their growth. This pack provides you with student and teacher versions of 40 lists! Never again will you have ten different books with tabs sticking out trying to mark where each student should be monitored. Simply print this product, and you are ready to go! Each time you need to progress monitor for decoding, you will have space to mark if the student was correct and record any mistakes. For encoding, you will have ten words for the student to spell. You could use the provided three-lined paper or any page of your own that meets your students’ needs.
Words with Closed Syllables product includes single closed syllables (short vowel) with bonus letters (ff, ll, ss, zz), glued sounds (an, am, all), and suffix -s. Tap on the preview button to see lists closer to be sure this is what you need.
This Words with Closed Syllables resource includes:
- Student copies of 40 lists for decoding
- Teacher copies of 40 lists for decoding and 40 lists for encoding
- 3 lined paper for encoding
Are you looking for other levels of decoding and encoding progress monitoring? Here are other year-long resources:
- Blends and Glued Sounds
- Multisyllabic Closed Syllables
- Vowel-consonant-e Syllables
- Open Syllables
- R-controlled Syllables
- Consonant-le Syllables
- Vowel Teams Ai Ay
- Vowel Teams Ea Ee Ey
- Vowel Teams Ou, Ow, Oi, Oy, Oo