Rhyme Time Digital Matching Game + Bonuses: Distant Learning Activity

Grade Levels
PreK - 2nd
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The digital rhyming matching game includes 100 digital vocabulary pictures with words (50 pairs). You will also get the same 100 digital vocabulary pictures (50 pairs) without words so you can assess your students on the rhyming words. You will also get 200 physical cards to cut out and play memory. Your child will be able to match up the vocabulary picture cards with other rhyming words.

You can also use this activity with your students for distant learning activities. These cards can be inserted into a PowerPoint or Smartboard activity to enrich Phonemic Awareness development.You can also use this activity with your students for distant learning activities. These cards can be inserted into a PowerPoint or Smartboard activity to enrich Phonemic Awareness development.

The objective of this digital rhyming matching game is your child (children) will be able to recognize, identify and produce rhyming sounds that match (short vowel/long vowel and other endings).

The materials you will need for this activity include the following:

For grades PK - Use 4-6 cards.

For grades K - Use 6-10 cards.

For grades 1 - Use 12-14 cards.

For grades 2 - Use 16-28 cards.

All you will need to do is insert the pictures into your digital activities. I have also included an (instructional lesson plan) step by step directions with a teacher script of what to say when teaching the rhyming game for distant learning activities, and screenshots of the game. Please check out the free preview of the activity.

Also, the following is included in this product: the names of free broadcasting software and the names of free screen recording software to use for distant learning activities. With the free recording software you are able to create a video of you playing the game to show your students.

In the rhyming matching game directions I have included the following examples of the following:

1. Guided Practice

2. Checking for Prior Knowledge

3. Teacher Think Out Loud

4. Checking for Understanding - Re-teach if Necessary

5. Independent Practice

6. Assessment and Evaluation

7. Extension or Differentiation

Additional Bonuses

Bonus #1: All 200 rhyming matching cards will be included in a PDF to print on cardstock paper, then you would cut the cards out to play.

Bonus #2: All 200 cards will be included in a PowerPoint I am creating where you can simply copy and paste the pictures of the rhyming cards into your PowerPoint or Smartboard activity.

Bonus #3: New digital cards will be added this produce for updates to teach students more rhyming patterns.

I hope you and your kids enjoy using these digital vocabulary cards. I have spent many hours creating this product. Please share with me how you used this product with your kids in the feedback.



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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Identify words with inconsistent but common spelling-sound correspondences.
Know spelling-sound correspondences for additional common vowel teams.
Distinguish long and short vowels when reading regularly spelled one-syllable words.
Segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds (phonemes).
Isolate and pronounce initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in spoken single-syllable words.


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