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 84 task cards. Students are asked to tell which word does not rhyme with the others in the group. There are two levels of difficulty; students first choose the non-rhyming word from groups of three pictures, then from groups of four pictures. There are also varying difficulty levels within each card set. For example, it is easier to choose the non-rhyming word from a picture set with pictures representing “pig”, “cat”, and “hat”. It is harder to choose the word that does not belong from pictures representing “dot”, “hop”, and “pot”. It is my hope that use of these cards will help students tune into and discriminate fine differences between words, enhancing their phonemic awareness and literacy skills.
I hope you find these cards useful in your reading, early literacy, and/or speech therapy sessions!
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Other products in my Rhyme Discrimination series include:
Rhyme Discrimination: Do These Words Rhyme?
Rhyme Discrimination: Rhyme Sorting Pictures and Picture Mats