Compressed Zip File
Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.
Do your students need more practice with rhyming? Then these ready to use rhyming worksheets are perfect for you - simply print and practice! Great for morning work, tutoring, assessment, homework, or even in literacy stations or centers!
Fifty rhyming worksheets! Won't my students get bored with these?
No! Rhyming is a skill that many students need repeated practice with. In this set of rhyming worksheets, you receive ten different styles of worksheets. Each style then has five versions. This gives your students plenty of variety in their practice.
What will students be doing on the worksheets?
❶ Lines of Rhymes: Students will color the picture that rhymes with the first picture of each line
❷ Box of Rhymes: Students will write four words that rhyme with each picture (the first word is provided)
❸ a-MAZE-ing Rhymes: Students will color six rhyming words to get from start to finish
❹ Rhyme and Reason: Students will cut out the pictures at the bottom of the page and glue them next to the word they rhyme with
❺ Perfect Pairs: Students will draw a line from each picture on the left to the picture that rhymes with it on the right
❻ Rhyme Time: Students will say the name of each picture and choose which of the two words provided rhyme.
❼ Cut It Out: Students will cut and glue the words under the picture they rhyme with
❽ Odd Rhyme Out: Students will say the name of the four pictures in each line and determine which picture does not rhyme with the others.
❾ Rhyming Partners: Students will say the name of each pair of pictures to determine if they rhyme and circle "yes" or "no" to show their answer
❿ Create a Rhyme: Students are provided two rhyming words and will write and/or draw a third word that rhymes
When should I use these worksheets?
Once your students are familiar with the concept of rhyming, you can use these for morning work, tutoring, centers, small group instruction, or homework. Another great thing about these printables is you can introduce one worksheet format, such as the Rhyme Time worksheet, and then students can complete the four similar worksheets independently.
We're limited on copies. Can I still use these?
Definitely! You can run a handful of copies and laminate the worksheets, then stick them in your literacy centers. Students can complete the worksheets with dry erase markers, check their work, and then wipe the sheets clean for the next set of students.
My students have done a lot of work rhyming with pictures. Do you have anything else that will reinforce rhyming but incorporate reading skills too?
If your students have already used these worksheets or something similar, I highly suggest using my Rhyming Worksheets with CVC Words. These worksheets require students to analyze the word patterns.
My SPED or ELL students really struggle with rhyming. Will this help them?
These can definitely help. The use of pictures takes away some of the pressures of reading words and then determining if they rhyme. Once your students have mastered this pack of worksheets, you may consider using my Rhyming Worksheets with CVC Words to help them identify rhyming words in print.
Do you offer more rhyming resources?