Want a quick and easy way to practice rhyming with your class?
You do not need to search high and low for pictures of rhyming pairs. This power point shows students a slide with three pictures. Students try to identify the rhyming pair. They can share with a partner or raise their hand. The one that doesn’t rhyme disappears after a mouse click leaving the rhyming pair.
Teaching rhyming is important for so many reasons. Rhyming is an aspect of phonemic awareness. Phonemic awareness is being able to identify and change sounds within the word. There is a correlation between rhyming mastery and reading preparedness. It helps children learn how language works. They become more aware of sounds within words. It is also very important for writing. Children are able to recognize spelling patterns in words more easily.
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