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Multisyllable Routine Cards™(MSRC)

Multisyllable Routines focus on helping students learn to recognize a syllable type, read syllables, and then read multisyllable words. They provide instruction on how to apply knowledge of syllable types and divisions. Multisyllable Routines are taught through a three-step technique and each step in the process is essential to building the skills needed to read multisyllable words.

Multisyllable Routine Cards™(MSRC) Lesson Link

The lesson listed below is not available to the public. We are making it available to you because, as a 95 Percent Group customer, you are most likely already trained to use our products. We think you may find these very valuable in helping your students continue their learning during this time.

Please do not share this page; it is designed for teachers. We encourage you to copy the link below and share it with the parent of your student. (We have provided a sample email on the previous page.)

MSRC Routine #23 – Closed Syllable
We would also like to provide some of our desktop posters that cover:
  • 6 syllable types
  • Syllable types
  • Short vowels
Please click here to download these posters.

Terms of Use: To help you through the unprecedented challenges arising from COVID-19, we are happy to make these At-Home Resources available at no charge through 12/31/20. They are excerpts from our comprehensive reading programs, and we ask that you use them with these terms:

  • Do not share this page
  • Please only share the individual lessons with students who have received MSRC training; do so using a link to the lesson’s webpage so the entire lesson is shared
  • Do not make any changes to the Resources
  • Do not sell or otherwise try to make money from the Resources
  • Do not remove any trademarks or copyright notices within the Resources

For more information, please see the detailed Terms of Use that you agree to by using these Resources. 

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