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Learning to Read Syllables in Spanish

Since my son loves best through play, I often think about how to make learning Spanish more fun. He loves building so I created these syllables in Spanish that can be used to “build” words, by learning sounds and putting them together. 

Syllables in Spanish

Here are a few ways I use these printable to practice syllables in Spanish:

  1. Practice the sounds out loud.  In Spanish, you learn the syllables with their corresponding sounds, example: MA, ME, MI, MO, MU, etc. 
  2. Practice reading the number of syllables words have. I create a word, and have my son tell me how many syllables are in the words. 
  3. Create words. Have your child create a certain number of words using the syllables available. 
  4. Practice vocabulary and meaning: Create words that your child may or may not know, and have him/her read it, and then, ask what the word means in English. 
  5. Make it a game/race: How many words can your child write in 1 minute, for example? Have fun! 


Download the your pack of syllables in Spanish here. 

Want more? Check out Sight Word Bingo.

Hope this resource helps you and your kiddos practice their Spanish~

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Diana Limongi
welcome! I'm a Latina working mom from Astoria, NY, mom to a trilingual four-year old. I blog about motherhood, Latino issues, women's issues, work/life balance, food, parenting and raising my multilingual and multicultural son!

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