In this bundle you will find several activities (games, worksheets, and activities) targeting Rhyming. Most of the words used in these activities simple are CVC words and they are represented with the same pictures across the different games/ activities.
These are the activities included in this bundle:
- : In this activity the student is asked to use closing pins to indicate the words that rhyme with the target word (the large word/picture).
- : In this activity, the student is expected to cut out the 12 words given and paste them in the correct strip to match the word/picture already there.
- : In these worksheets the students is expected to match two words/pictures that rhyme and add them to the sentence given (thus creating a funny sentence). There are three sentences and six words to match in each worksheet.
- : In these worksheets the students is expected to match the one of the three words/pictures given to the word/picture given in each of the three sentences on the page (thus creating a funny sentence).
- : in these worksheets the student is expected to cut the three words/pictures and then decide with two words rhyme. This words are pasted on the worksheet and the student is expected to spell them (the best way).
- : in these sorting activities the student is expected to match all the pictures (or words) that rhyme and sort them into one of the three options. This can be used as worksheets or be made into folder-games to be used as a center activity.
- : in these sorting activities the student is expected to match all the words/pictures that rhyme and sort them into one of the two options. This can be used as worksheets or be made into folder-games to be used as a center activity.
- : In this game the students have a chance to practice their phonics skills in a fun engaging way. The skills targeted are in 6 areas: beginning sound, middle sound, final sound, spelling of simple CVC words, rhyming, and digraphs.
- : this resource focuses on ending sounds (not rhyming) and can be used in three ways: you can use it as a worksheet- the student is expected to match the ending chunk to the picture and beginning letter given. OR- you (the teacher) can make these worksheets into folder games to be reused allowing the student to match the ending to the beginning. OR- the student can simply write the ending sounds based on their knowledge of letter-sound...
You can use these products as teaching tools, as instructional materials, a review, or data collection tools. You can give them as homework, set them up to be an independent center, or for any other use that you see fit.
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