The Final Stable syllable combination is found only at the end of words, and the here are some examples of Final Stable ending: -tion in nation, -sion in mission, -ture, creature, -tian in mountain, -cious in delicious. The most common Final Stable endings are –ble, -cle, -dle, -fle, -gle, -kle, -ple, -sle, -tle, -zle. Final Stable syllables are easy for students to pocket. They catch onto them rather fast because they are stable in that their sounds never change. Many times while teaching the other syllable pattern types, I just casually point out to the students a Final Stable ending. Then by the time we get to the syllable pattern, they are already familiar with them.
My word packet only targets the Final Stable ending -le. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Reading-Final-Stable-Vowel-Syllables-Unit-6-923634.
Games and activities can be implemented while teaching this syllable type: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/10-Final-Stable-Vowel-Activities-Games-1820110.
These two packets can be purchased as a bundle: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Reading-Final-Stable-le-Syllable-Bundle-Packet-1821300.
Here are 2 FREE syllable word sorts that you can try with your students: