6 Syllable Words
Here is a huge list of 6 syllable words! These six-syllable words can be used for grammar lessons, reading activities, vocabulary, spelling, as well as writing.
Let’s jump right in, here is the ultimate list of 6 syllable words:
The Ultimate List of 6 Syllable Words
6 syllable words that start with A:
Six syllable words that start with B:
Easy 6 syllable words that start with C:
6 syllable word examples that start with D:
Six syllable word examples that start with E,F,G:
6 syllable words that start with H:
Six syllable words that start with I:
6-syllable word examples that start with J:
6-syllable word examples that start with K:
Six syllable words that start with L,M,N:
6 syllable words that start with O,P,Q:
Six syllable words that start with R:
6 syllable words that start with S:
Six syllable words that start with T:
Six syllable words that start with U,V,W:
6-syllable words that start with X,Y,Z:
Easy Syllable Activity Ideas for Kids
Now for some easy syllable activity ideas that you can do with your kids as they are learning how to break apart words into syllables.
1. Clap Syllables in Books
Grab some picture books and read with your kids. But while you read, practice counting syllables! To begin, instruct your child that whenever you stop, they have to tell you the number of syllables in that word. When you finish a book decide which word had the most syllables.
2. Count Food Syllables
Everything is more fun when you include food! For this syllable activity, lay out a bunch of foods on the counter or table. To begin, have your child say, clap, and count the syllables for every food item. For extra practice, have your kids see if they can spell each of the words, writing one syllable at a time. Then to finish it off let them have a little snack!
3. Jump the Number of Syllables
For this next syllable activity, you can use a trampoline, rebounder, large cushion, or even a pillow. To do this activity, call out a word and have your child jump the correct number of syllables in the word. Then, if you’re up to it, switch things up and have your child be the one to call out the words while you jump the syllables.
Syllables – Q & A
1. What are some positive 6 syllable words?
Novelistically, relatability, delectability, believability, exceptionality, extraordinary, fantasticality, imaginatively, futuristically, and energetically.
2. What is a syllable?
A syllable is a single sound used to make words. A word can be made up of one syllable (bus, red, cat, etc) or multiple syllables (pea-nut, el-e-phant, oc-to-pus, cir-cus, etc.)
Each syllable contains one vowel sound and is sometimes referred to as a beat.
3. What are open and closed syllables?
An open syllable is a syllable that ends in a vowel. Some examples of words with open syllables include: ta-co, ti-ger, and pa-per. Closed syllables end with a consonant. Some closed-syllable word examples include: nin-ja, bas-ket, and picnic.
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