Some students learn to produce rhyming words easily. Other students have a more difficult time learning how to rhyme, especially those with limited exposure to rhyming songs and stories. For these students, they first need to hear rhymes before they can generate rhymes. This product, as well as others in my Rhyme Discrimination series, will help to bridge the skill gap for these students.
Included in this packet are 90 different picture pairs. Students are asked to tell if the pictured words rhyme. There is a wide range of difficulty; students will learn to discriminate fine differences between words. For example, many of the “do not rhyme” cards are words that share one phoneme, such as “lake” and “tape”, “lamb” and “log”, & “sheep” and “soap”. Use of these cards will help these students tune into and discriminate fine differences between words, enhancing their phonemic awareness and literacy skills.
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