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posted Nov 7, 2010, 5:59 PM by K Day   [ updated Nov 9, 2010, 11:24 AM ]
Syl - la - ble

A syllable is a word-part composed of a vowel sound and all consonants that are pronounced with it. check out how the word syllable is broken out into it's 3 syllables above. 

Each syllable is a sound that can be said without interruption and contain a vowel which can have consonants before and/or after it. 

Be sure to explain to your children that the syllable is not just the vowel :)