Read the picture on the right side.
Look at the 3 pictures on the left side, cut the 2 pictures that rhyme with the main picture.
Glue the 2 pictures in the two empty spaces provided.
Write the name of each picture on the two writing spaces provided.
Do the same for each page.
When done color the pictures.
This activity has multiple uses. It can be used as a literacy center, independent work activity, group activity, or a whole group instruction tool. students practice both writing and literacy skills side by side. rhyming is a difficult skill to teach especially at a young age. This activity is engaging, simple and versatile. Kids learn more than just rhymes, they learn writing, reading, sounding out CVC words, and word families.
Recognize and produce rhyming words.
Count, pronounce, blend, and segment syllables in spoken words.