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RHYME ACTIVITIES – Test ideas

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RHYME ACTIVITIES – Test ideas

RHYME ACTIVITIES – Test ideas can be used to support ESL students and beginning readers to explore how rhyme works and to improve listening skills

In this activity students are given the chance to develop lists of rhyming words that have the same or different rimes forming this rhyme. Students and teachers can also use the spelling strategy cards to begin investing the strategies and skills thaey are using as word problem solvers.

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Included in the resource:

  • Teacher ideas and Curriculum links
  • Rhyming family Cards ( 12 cards AR. AG, ATE/AIGHT/EIGHT, EE/EY, AP, IPE, IN AIR/EAR/ERE, EEL/EAL, ISH, OOR/OUR, OWN) and 2 blank cards
  • Spelling Strategy Cards and spelling strategy book marks
  • Suggested Rhyming Texts
  • Rubric for observations

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RHYME ACTIVITIES – Test ideas

RHYME ACTIVITIES – Test ideas can be used to support ESL students and beginning readers to explore how rhyme works and to improve listening skills

In this activity students are given the chance to develop lists of rhyming words that have the same or different rimes forming this rhyme. Students and teachers can also use the spelling strategy cards to begin investing the strategies and skills thaey are using as word problem solvers.

Enduring understandings

  • Letter patterns can make one or more sounds
  • There is a connection between the word’s letter patterns and the sounds needed to make it
  • Phonological units that rhyme will contain a vowel and at least one consonant
  • Phonological units that help words rhyme will be found at the end of a word
  • People can identify words that rhyme by listening and comparing the end sounds

Included in the resource:

  • Teacher ideas and Curriculum links
  • Rhyming family Cards ( 12 cards AR. AG, ATE/AIGHT/EIGHT, EE/EY, AP, IPE, IN AIR/EAR/ERE, EEL/EAL, ISH, OOR/OUR, OWN) and 2 blank cards
  • Spelling Strategy Cards and spelling strategy book marks
  • Suggested Rhyming Texts
  • Rubric for observations

Learning to rhyme and about rhyme is an important step in developing an understanding of how the sound system is sued to create words. Being able to recognize rhyme is an important phonological skill, and a key step in learning to read. This resource has been designed to help this learning process become a fun and interesting one. Students can either sort picture cards into rhyming sets, or for more advanced learners they can use the words and pictures and begin investigating the rhyming sound as well as the written rimes in words to develop knowledge about letters and sounds including onset and rime to spell words (Breaking words into onset and rime, noticing words that share the same pattern)

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