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:
• 102 small picture cards representing 12 word families
• 12 sorting mats - key words are pictured on top
Print stimulus materials on card stock and laminate for durability. Cut apart. Use the cards as stimulus items for rhyme sorting activities such as:
• independent center activities - students sort rhyming pictures from two or more rhyming word families by placing the pictures on the corresponding sorting mats
• small group activities - students are each given a sorting mat. The corresponding picture cards are mixed up and placed upside-down in a pile. Students take turns choosing cards. If a card they choose rhymes with their pictured key word they keep it. If not, it goes back in the pile. The first student to find all their rhyming pictures wins the game.
Other products in my Rhyme Discrimination series:
Rhyme Discrimination: Do These Words Rhyme?
Rhyme Discrimination: Which Word Does Not Rhyme With the Others?
Rhyme Discrimination: Rhyming Picture Sets for Go Fish or Matching Games