Production of Multi- Syllabic Words


Welcome to class!

Hello, fantastic learners! 🌟 Today, we’re going to level up our word skills and dive into the world of “Multisyllabic Words.” Sounds impressive, right? Don’t worry, we’re going to unravel the magic together!

Production of Multi- Syllabic Words

Let’s Begin:

Imagine we’re word explorers on a quest for treasure words! 🗺️ We’re going to learn how to say big words with lots of syllables. Get ready to conquer these word mountains!

2-Syllable Words:

2-Syllable Words

Let’s start with words that have two parts, like a cool puzzle:

“teacher” (teach-er)

“coffee” (cof-fee)

“father” (fa-ther)

“picture” (pic-ture)

“leather” (leath-er). Fun, right? Good!

3-Syllable Words:

3-Syllable Words

Now, let’s tackle words that have three parts. Don’t worry, you’ve got this:

“photograph” (pho-to-graph)

Take It Step by Step:

Try saying “photograph” and clap your hands each time you say a syllable. Pho – to – graph! Awesome job! Can you give me other examples we can use?

Magical Sentences:

Magical Sentences

Let’s sprinkle some magic into sentences with our treasure words:

“The teacher loves coffee.” ☕

“Father took a picture.” 📸

“Leather feels soft.” 🧥

“I took a photograph.” 📷

Imagine you’re a word explorer, finding hidden gems. Say, “I found a treasure picture!” Say it slowly to reveal the syllables. 🌟

In case you forget, today, we mastered saying multisyllabic words like pros! We transformed into word adventurers and conquered word puzzles.


Can you create a sentence with the word “coffee” and another with “father”? You’re unlocking the magic of words!


Over the weekend, explore books and find more multisyllabic words. How many can you find? Share your discoveries!

We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!

In the next class, we shall be discussing Identification of the words in sentences.

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